(Ναβαρζάνης; Nabarzánēs). The chilíarchos (commander) of the royal cavalry of king Darius  III.; described in admiring terms by Curt. (esp. 5,9-10). Nabarzanes was the only Persian commander who was successful at the battle of Issus and was with Bessos at the time of king Darius' murder. He later surrendered to Alexander  the Great in Hyrcania (Arr. Anab. 3,23,3f.).
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