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During these days also, and while Thrasyllus was in Athens, Agis made a raid from Decelea up to the very walls of the city; and Thrasyllus led forth the Athenians and all others who were in the city and marshalled them beside the Lyceum,1 with the intention of engaging the enemy if they approached.

1 A gymnasium outside the walls.

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