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[346b] to stop our frequent disputes about them. And this,” said he, “is what I will do for Dion for your sake. I require that he shall remove his property and reside in the Peloponnese, not, however, as an exile but possessing the right to visit this country also whenever it is mutually agreed by him and by me and by you his friends. But this is on condition that he does not conspire against me; and you and your associates1 and Dion's here in Sicily shall be the guarantors of these terms, and he shall furnish you

1 Amongst Plato's companions on this visit were Speusippus and Xenocrates

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