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However, Agis procured Lysander's election as ephor, and at once employed him to introduce a bill into the senate,1 the chief provisions of which were that debtors should be relieved of their debts, and that the land should be divided up, that which lay between the water-course at Pellene and Ta├┐getus, Malea, and Sellasia, into forty-five hundred lots, and that which lay outside this into fifteen thousand;

1 About 243 B.C.

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