(Μάζαρος; Mázaros). Hetaîros ( hetaîroi ) of Alexander  the Great. According to Arrian (Arr. Anab. 3,16,9), he was appointed fortress commander in Susa in 331/30 BC. Curtius (5,2,16) names Xenophilus instead. Since the name M. is Iranian, Arrian probably confused him with the Persian predecessor.
A. B. Bosworth, A Historical Commentary on Arrian's History, vol. 1, 1980, 319.
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