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At the very beginning of the following spring381 B.C. the Olynthian horsemen, about six hundred in number, had made a raid into the district of Apollonia at midday an
ly, crossed the river which flows by the city and held on their way towards the381 B.C. opposing army. And when Teleutias saw them, being irritated at their audacity, ers to Apollonia, and the majority to Potidaea. As they fled in all directions,381 B.C. so likewise the enemy pursued in all directions, and killed a vast number of m ile Amyntas and Derdas took part with even greater eagerness than before. Under381 B.C. these circumstances it was that Agesipolis marched against Olynthus.
Meanwhile fine inflicted upon us for coming here, so that in the future no one shall dare381 B.C. to come for the purpose of revealing what is going on in the state.”
And since ing the fact of their numbers evident — Agesilaus devised a scheme to meet this381 B.C. situation.
Whenever any Phliasians came out of the city either from friendship