4 B.C. each tribe.
The Thirty thereupon retired to Eleusis; and the403 B.C. Ten, with the aid of the cavalry commanders, took care of the men eople of Aexone who were going to their own farms after provisions;403 B.C. and Lysimachus, the cavalry commander, put these men to the sword,from coming in by water to the besieged; so that the men in Piraeus403 B.C. were soon in difficulties again, while the men in the city again h the enemy attacked him and caused him trouble, whereupon, becoming403 B.C. angry, he ordered the cavalry to charge upon them at full speed, ae and others gave way; and about one hundred and fifty of them were403 B.C. slain.
Thereupon Pausanias set up a trophy and returned to his camors and the members of the Lacedaemonian assembly had heard all the403 B.C. ambassadors, they dispatched fifteen men to Athens and commissioneby men who had none of these? Is it the Lacedaemonians, then, think403 B.C. you, that you may pride yourselves upon? How so? Why, they have de