the wealth of the Scopadae, the great-mindedness of Cimon,And yet we know that Lichas the Spartan became famous among the Hellenes for no other reason than that he entertained the strangers at the boys' gymnastic festival; but the generosity of Cimon surpassed even the hospitality and philanthropy of the Athenians of olden time.
and the victories of Arcesilaus of Lacedaemon.
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