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119. To these terms the Lacedaemonians assented, and they and their allies took oath to the Athenians1 and their allies on the twelfth day of the Spartan month Gerastius. [2] Those who formally ratified the truce were, on behalf of Lacedaemon, Taurus the son of Echetimidas, Athenaeus the son of Periclidas, Philocharidas the son of Eryxidaidas; of Corinth, Aeneas the son of Ocytus, Euphamidas the son of Aristonymus; of Sicyon, Damotimus the son of Naucrates, Onasimus the son of Megacles; of Megara, Nicasus the son of Cecalus, Menecrates the son of Amphidorus; of Epidaurus, Amphias the son of Eupaïdas; and on behalf of Athens, Nicostratus the son of Diitrephes, Nicias the son of Niceratus, Autocles the son of Tolmaeus. [3] Such were the terms of the armistice; during its continuance fresh negotiations for a final peace were constantly carried on.

1 Formal ratification of the truce.

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