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r. After this Teleutias came to assume charge of the ships of Herippidas, and he in his turn was now master of the gulf.
Now the Lacedaemonians, upon hearing that392 B.C. Conon was not only rebuilding their wall for the Athenians out of the King's money, but was also, while maintaining his fleet from the latter's funds,392 B.C. en392 B.C. engaged in winning over the islands and the coast cities on the mainland to the Athenians, conceived the idea that if they informed Tiribazus, who was the King's general, of these things, they could either bring Tiribazus over entirely to their side or at least put an end to his maintaining Conon's fleet. Having come to this conclussals went no further than words.Literally, “were words only”; i.e. were not treated as a reasonable basis for a peace. For the Athenians were afraid to agree that392 B.C. the cities and the islands should be independent lest they should be deprived of Lemnos, Imbros, and ScyrosThese islands were among the earliest possessions of A