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[2] The Megarians received him eagerly, and he enclosed Nisaea1 with a wall, built two long walls down to the sea-port from Megara, and thus united the city with the sea, so that she need now pay little heed to enemies on land and could be in close connection with Athens by sea.

1 The sea-port of Megara, about a mile away.

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