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[23] But Teleutias sent off the captured merchant vessels to Aegina and gave orders that three or four of the triremes should convoy them thither, while with the rest of the triremes he coasted along the shore of Attica and, inasmuch as he was sailing out of the harbour, captured great numbers of fishing craft and ferryboats full of people as they were sailing in from the1 islands. And on coming to Sunium he captured trading vessels also, some of them full of corn, others of merchandise.

1 388 B.C.

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