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[7] For I believe that if I can persuade you, the danger will be common to both sides ... 1

And I observe the same attitude in both the Argives and the Mantineans, each inhabiting their own land,—the former bordering on the Lacedaemonians, the latter dwelling near them; in the one case, their number is no greater than ours, in the other it is less than three thousand.

1 There is probably a gap here in the text.

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