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[13] And after bidding them also to follow after him when they had removed their cruising sails,1 Alcibiades set off with his own ships to Parium; and when all the ships had come together at Parium, to the number of eighty-six, they set sail during the ensuing night, and on the next day at breakfast time arrived at Proconnesus.

1 Thus “clearing for action.”

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