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[2] But when Cleonymus came to him in tears and begged him to mollify AgesilaĆ¼s, from whom he and his father had most to fear, for three or four days he was restrained by awe and fear from saying anything to AgesilaĆ¼s as he followed him about; but finally, when the trial was near at hand, he plucked up courage to tell him that Cleonymus had begged him to intercede for his father.

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