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Agesilaus, then, was occupied with these things. But the Lacedaemonians at home, when they found out definitely that the money1 had come to Greece, and that the largest states had united for war against them, believed that their state was in danger, and thought that it was necessary to undertake a campaign.

1 Cp. III. v. l.

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