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49. At the end of the summer the Athenian forces in Naupactus and some Acarnanians1 made an expedition against Anactorium, a Corinthian town at the mouth of the Ambracian Gulf, which was betrayed to them. The Acarnanians expelled the Corinthians, and sent a colony of their own, taken from the whole nation, to occupy the place. So the summer ended.

1 Anactorium is occupied by the Acarnanians.

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