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103. The Athenians under Phormio sailed back from Acarnania to Naupactus, and later at the1 beginning of spring returned to Athens, bringing with them the ships which they had captured, besides the prisoners of free birth whom they had taken in the naval engagements. These were exchanged man for man. [2] And so the winter ended, and with it the third year in the Peloponnesian War of which Thucydides wrote the history.

1 The Athenians return to Naupactus, and in the spring sail back to Athens

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