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13. About this time sixteen Peloponnesian ships which had remained with Gylippus to the end of1 the Sicilian war were returning home. They were caught in the neighbourhood of Leucadia and roughly handled by twenty-seven Athenian vessels, under the command of Hippocles the son of Menippus, which were on the watch for ships coming from Sicily; but all except one of them escaped the Athenians and sailed into Corinth.

1 Return of some ships from Sicily.

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