Definition of Alcibiades in English:

Alcibiades

Syllabification: Al·ci·bi·a·des
Pronunciation: /ˌalsəˈbīədēz
 
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( Circa 450–404 bc), Athenian general and statesman who held commands during the Peloponnesian Wars against Sparta (431–404).

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