Some time after this, Orchomenus, Chaeronea,
and some other places in Boeotia, being in the hands of the Boeotian exiles,
the Athenians marched against the above-mentioned hostile places with a
thousand Athenian heavy infantry and the allied contingents, under the
command of Tolmides, son of Tolmaeus.They took Chaeronea, and made slaves of the inhabitants, and leaving a
garrison, commenced their return.
On their road they were attacked at Coronaea, by the Boeotian exiles from
Orchomenus, with some Locrians and Euboean exiles, and others who were of
the same way of thinking, were defeated in battle, and some killed, others
The Athenians evacuated all Boeotia by a treaty providing for the recovery
of the men;
and the exiled Boeotians returned, and with all the rest regained their
Thucydides. The Peloponnesian War. London, J. M. Dent; New York, E. P. Dutton. 1910.
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