ght to Clazomenae.
Meanwhile the Athenians at Sestus, learning that410 B.C. Mindarus was planning to sail against them with sixty ships, withdrew by night to Cardia. There410 B.C. Alcibiades joined them, coming from Clazomenae with five triremes and a dispatch boat. But upon learningtle and, in the midst of a heavy rain, set out for Cyzicus. When he410 B.C. was near Cyzicus, the weather cleared and the sun came out, and healso left there as a garrison thirty ships and two of the generals,410 B.C. Theramenes and Eumachus, to have charge of the fort, to attend to lled together their soldiers and, through Hermocrates as spokesman,410 B.C. lamented their misfortune in being unjustly and illegally banishede acquaintance he made, both captains and steersmen and marines, he410 B.C. used to gather every day in the morning and at evening to his own they approached.
When Agis saw this, he withdrew in haste, and some410 B.C. few of his rear line were killed by the Athenian light troops. In