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In Sicily the Syracusans, in their war upon the mercenaries who had revolted, kept launching attack after attack upon both Achradine and the Island, and they defeated the rebels in a sea-battle, but on land they were unable to expel them from the city because of the strength of these two places. Later, however, after an open battle had been fought on land, the soldiers engaged on both sides fighting spiritedly, finally, although both armies suffered not a few casua
tyrannical governments were in possession of the cities belonging to others, they gave
permission to take with them their own goods and to settle one and all in Messenia. In this manner, then,
an end was put to the civil wars and disorders which had prevailed throughout the cities of
Sicily, and the cities, after driving out the forms
of government which aliens had introduced, with almost no exceptions portioned out their lands
in allotments among all their citizens.