Antimachus

Antimachus

[an-tim-uh-kuhs]
noun
1.
Also called the Colophonian. flourished c410 b.c, Greek poet.
2.
(in the Iliad ) a chieftain who believed that the Trojans should not return Helen to Menelaus.
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