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[15] But when they had descended towards the sea,1 they marched on by this route through the plain, devastating and burning the land. The enemy also, however, retired and encamped, getting the river-bed2 in front of them; and when, as they advanced, the Lacedaemonians were distant not so much as ten stadia from the enemy, they also encamped where they were and remained quiet.

1 The Corinthian Gulf.

2 Of the Nemea.

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