eed and, because of their poverty, are now wandering from place to place.For these wandering refugees and the problem they presented see Isoc. 5.120 and note. For where AthenodorusAn Athenian citizen, he was a private in the sense that he had no official post. He was a free-lance captain of mercenaries who took service in Persia and later in the Thracian Chersonnese. What colony he founded is not known. and Callistratus,An Athenian orator who had much to do with the formation of the New Naval League, he was charged with treason and retired into exile to Thrace, where he had a part in the recolonization of Datus. the one a private, the other an exile, have been able to found cities, surely we could gain possession of many such places if we so desired. And those who claim the right to stand at the head of the Hellenes ought to become leaders of such enterprises much rather than of war and of hireling armies,See Isoc. 8.44-46. which at the present time are the objects of our ambition.