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“Agesilaus and all you Lacedaemonians who are present, I became your friend and ally at the time when you were at war with the Athenians, and not only did I make your fleet strong by providing money, but on the land I myself fought on horseback with you and drove your enemies into the sea.1 And you cannot accuse me, as you accused Tissaphernes,2 of any double-dealing toward you at any time, either in deed or word.

1 Cp. I. i. 6, 24, 25, etc.

2 395 B.C.

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