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[68] in the opinion of all, the forces he contributed to the naval battle at Cnidus were the largest, and as the result of this battle, while the king became master of all Asia, the Lacedaemonians instead of ravaging the continent were compelled to fight for their own land, and the Greeks, in place of servitude, gained independence, and the Athenians increased in power so greatly that those who formerly were their rulers1 came to offer them the hegemony.

1 A reference to the Lacedaemonians before the battle of Cnidus: see Isoc. 7.65.

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