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[3] To this Lysander answered that Callicratidas, and not he, was in command of the ships, and sailed off to Peloponnesus, leaving Callicratidas in great perplexity.1 For neither had he brought money from home with him, nor could he bear to lay the cities under forced contribution when they were already in an evil plight.

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