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390 B.C.At the close of this year Demostratus was archon in Athens, and in Rome the consuls Lucius Lucretius and ServiliusServilius Sulpicius Camerinus (Livy 5.29). took office. At this time Artaxerxes sent Struthas as general to the coast with an army to make war on the Lacedaemonians, and the Spartans, when they learned of his arrival, dispatched Thibron as general to Asia. Thibron seized the stronghold of Ionda and a high mountain, Cornissus,Ionda should be Isinda, and Cornissus is more likely Solmissus; so B. D. Meritt, Athenian Tribute Lists, p. 493. forty stades from Ephesus. He then advanced with eight thousand soldiers together with the troops gathered from Asia, pillaging the King's territory. Struthas, with a strong force of barbarian cavalry, five thousand hoplites, and more than twenty thousand light-armed troops, pitched his camp not far from the Lacedaemonians. Eventually, when Thibron once set out with a detachme
When Archedamus had been reduced from affluence to embarrassment, Apollodorus helped him to look after his affairs, sharing his own money with him. Again, when he was on the point of starting for Corinth on military service,Athenian troops were engaged in the region of Corinth from 394 to 390 B.C. he made a will in case anything happened to him and devised his property to Archedamus's daughter, his own sister and my mother, providing for her marriage with Lacratides, who has now become hierophant.The official who displayed the sacred emblems at the Eleusinian mysteries; he was a member of the house of the Eumolpidae. Such was his conduct towards us who had originally saved him from ruin.
In the next place, you will have to realize that by formally surrendering this territory to us you would in fact still hold it in your power, and would, besides, gain our good will, for you would then have as many hostages of ours to guarantee our friendship as we should send out settlers into the region of your influence; while someone will have to make our own people see that, if we got possession of Amphipolis, we should be compelled to maintain the same friendly attitude toward your policy, because of our colonists there, as we did for the elder AmadocusAn alliance was entered into between Athens and Amadocus, the powerful Thracian king, 390 B.C. （Xen. Hell. 4.8.26）. because of our landholders in the Chersone
After this the Lacedaemonians, upon hearing390 B.C. from the Corinthian exiles that the people in the city had
nd waited until the Corinthian exiles had conducted390 B.C. the sacrifice and the games in honour of Poseidon. y one way and another and many large fires had been390 B.C. made, since there was a great deal of fuel at hand occupied himself in watching the great quantity of390 B.C. prisoners and property that was being brought out. d on the following day he exposed the prisoners and390 B.C. captured property for sale.
The ambassadors of the a campaign or away from home for any other reason.390 B.C. Accordingly Agesilaus had on this occasion left be Lacedaemonian regiment. Now when the Lacedaemonians390 B.C. were being attacked with javelins, and several men in the pursuit and in the turning backward kept an390 B.C. even front with the hoplites. And what with strivi as when he captured these strongholds, and in Oenoe390 B.C. by Agesilaus at the time when Piraeum was taken, I