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Ambassadors from the Spartan Exiles

About the same period some ambassadors were sent by
See 4, 35.
the exiled citizens of Sparta to Rome, among whom was Arcesilaus and Agesipolis who, when quite a boy, had been made king in Sparta. These two men were fallen upon and killed by pirates on the high seas; but their colleagues arrived safely at Rome. . . .

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