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26. About the same time the Athenians sent likewise thirty galleys about Locris, which were to serve also for a watch about Euboea. [2] Of these Cleopompus the son of Clinias had the conduct and, landing his soldiers in divers parts, both wasted some places of the sea coast and won the town of Thronium, of which he took hostages, and overcame in fight at Alope the Locrians that came out to aid it.

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