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[10] Furthermore, the Boeotians and all the others who are at war with the Lacedaemonians are my allies, and they are ready to be my followers, too, if only I free them from the Lacedaemonians. The Athenians also, I know very well, would do anything to become allies of ours, but I do not think it best1 to establish a friendship with them; for I believe that I could obtain empire by sea even more easily than by land.

1 374 B.C.

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