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The king also expelled the Lacedaemonians from the sea, employing Conon the Athenian as his commander along with Pharnabazus. For Conon passed the time at Cyprus, after the sea-fight at Aegospotami,1 not satisfied with mere safety, but awaiting a reversal in the course of affairs, as he would a change of wind at sea.

1 405. B.C. Cf. the Alcibiades xxxvii. 2.

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