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[12] And those who were thus fined were afraid to return home, but remained and protested to the Lacedaemonians, saying: “These men, who are engaged in these high-handed proceedings, are the men who have banished us and have also excluded you from their city, these are the men who are buying our property and resorting to high-handed measures so as not to give it back, and now these same men have contrived to have a fine inflicted upon us for coming here, so that in the future no one shall dare1 to come for the purpose of revealing what is going on in the state.”

1 381 B.C.

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