Eteonicus was a Spartan commander during the Peloponesian and Corinthian Wars. He participated in many key engagements, held important commands and is mentioned multiple times by Thucydides, Xenophon & Diodorus. His appearance in the record however, is mostly episodic versus truly influential.

Read more about Eteonicus:  Peloponnesian War, Encounter With The "Ten Thousand", Corinthian War

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Eteonicus - Corinthian War
... In 388 BC, with the war already several years old, Eteonicus was the Spartan governor of Aegina ... Eteonicus apparently did not leave Aegina after Gorgopas became governor and assumed command after his death ...