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[34] The Athenians, however, learning of these things, and fearing that the results of all Thrasybulus' work in the Hellespont might be ruined for them, sent out against Anaxibius Iphicrates, with eight ships and about one1 thousand two hundred peltasts. The greater part of these were the men whom he had commanded at Corinth.2 For when the Argives had incorporated Corinth in Argos, they said that they had no need of them; for Iphicrates had put to death some of the partisans of Argos; accordingly he had returned to Athens and chanced to be at home at this time.

1 389 B.C.

2 See chaps. iv. and v.

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