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[37] Indeed they have proved to you how people of such character should be treated by their conduct in the matter of Oropus1; for when they hoped that they would have license to do as they pleased they did not treat you as allies, but as ruthlessly wronged you as they would have dared to act against their deadliest enemies. But as soon as you in requital voted to exclude them from the peace,2 they left off their arrogance and came to you in more humble mood than we Plataeans are in now.

1 Cf. § 20.

2 374 B.C., between Athens and Sparta.

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