Achillas

Achillas (Greek Αχιλλας) was one of the guardians of the Egyptian king Ptolemy XIII Theos Philopator, and commander of the king`s troops, when Pompey fled to Egypt in 48 BC. He was called by Julius Caesar a man of extraordinary daring, and it was he and Lucius Septimius who killed Pompey at the suggestion of the eunuch Pothinus and Theodot....
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Achillas

(from the article `Arsinoe IV`) ...landing in Alexandria in 48, Caesar captured the members of the Ptolemaic royal family, but Arsinoe managed to escape with the aid of Ganymedes, ...
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Achillas

(lived 3rd century BC) Minister of the young Egyptian king Ptolemy XIII. With Lucius Septimius, he murdered Pompey and supported the king against Cleopatra. Achillas led the army against Caesar, until he was put to death...
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