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After the lapse of thirty days Alcibiades ran away from his guards, got a horse from some one or other, and made his escape to Clazomenae. To repay Tissaphernes, he alleged that he had escaped with that satrap's connivance, and so brought additional calumny upon him. He himself sailed to the camp of the Athenians,1 where he learned that Mindarus, along with Pharnabazus, was in Cyzicus.

1 Early in the spring of 410 B.C. The Athenians were at Cardia, a city of the Thracian Chersonese.

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