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PL Truth SeekerHQ.png They call me many things: Murderer. Cutthroat. Thief. But you may call me The Galatian.

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The Galatian (died 48 BCE) was a member of the Phylakes who patrolled the Isolated Desert in Egypt with his fellow Phylakes, The Iron Bull, during the reign of Ptolemy XIII.

After the assassination of Gennadios, he was given orders to find and eliminate the Medjay Bayek of Siwa. Around 48 BCE, he was eliminated by Bayek himself, who then took his bow and an ornamented key.[1]

Behind the scenes

The Galatians were Gallic people of the Hellenistic period that dwelt mainly in the north central regions of Asia Minor or Anatolia. They were employed as mercenaries by the Hellenistic powers, including Ptolemaic Egypt.



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