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At first Tisaphernes was afraid of AgesilaĆ¼s, and made a treaty in which he promised him to make the Greek cities free and independent of the King. Afterwards, however, when he was convinced that he had a sufficient force, he declared war, and AgesilaĆ¼s gladly accepted it.

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