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[6] Xenophon, it is true, has not recorded the name of the daughter of AgesilaĆ¼s, and Dicacarchus expressed great indignation that neither her name nor that of the mother of Epaminondas was known to us; but we have found in the Lacedaemonian records that the wife of AgesilaĆ¼s was named Cleora, and his daughters Eupolia and Proauga. And one can see his spear also, which is still preserved at Sparta, and which is not at all different from that of other men.

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