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After this, 1 Epaminondas entered Laconia with his allies, having no fewer than forty thousand men-at-arms. Many light armed and unarmed troops also followed him for the sake of plunder, so that a horde of seventy thousand, all told, made this incursion into Laconia.

1 In the same year, after AgesilaĆ¼s had returned and disbanded his forces.

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