ommander of them.
But he was unable to man his ships at Athens, and373 B.C. therefore set sail for the islands and endeavoured to complete hiserting none the less, at last he even tried to drive them back with373 B.C. the scourge. Those in the city, however, would not admit the slavestones threw spears and javelins upon the Lacedaemonians; meanwhile373 B.C. others sallied out by the other gates and in mass formation attackanning ships.
Then Hypermenes, who chanced to be vice-admiral under373 B.C. Mnasippus, manned fully the entire fleet which he had there, and aeat penalty in that they came off worse in all these points, and in373 B.C. the fact that they had to put to sea again at the same time as theaconia. Then, after reaching Elis and sailing past the mouth of the373 B.C. Alpheus, he anchored beneath the promontory called Ichthys. From tve his orders to twenty of the captains, whose duty it should be to373 B.C. follow him when the herald gave the word; and in case anyone faile