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Epaminondas

[ ih-pam-uh-non-duhs ]
/ ɪˌpæm əˈnɒn dəs /
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noun
418?–362 b.c., Theban general and statesman.
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Epaminondas
/ (ɛˌpæmɪˈnɒndæs) /

noun
?418–362 bc, Greek Theban statesman and general: defeated the Spartans at Leuctra (371) and Mantinea (362) and restored power in Greece to Thebes
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