From Smith's Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology (London, 1880)

ABULI'TES ('Aboulites)), the satrap of Susiana, surrendered Susa to Alexander, when the latter approached the city. The satrapy was restored to him by Alexander, but he and his son Oxyathres were afterwards executed by Alexander for the crimes they had committed in the government of the satrapy. (Curt. v. 2 ; Arrian, Anab. iii. 16. vii. 4; Diod. xvii. 65.)

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