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[20] Having thrown in his lot with you, he persuaded Tissaphernes1 not to furnish the Lacedaemonians with money, checked the defection of your allies, distributed pay from his own resources to the soldiers, restored political power to the people, reconciled the citizens, and turned back the Phoenician fleet.

1 Persian satrap of western Asia Minor from 414 B.C.

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