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[2] Therefore the Lacedaemonians, looking upon themselves as conquerors, set up a trophy and gave back the dead to the enemy under a truce. There fell of the Boeotians and their allies more than six hundred, but of the Lacedaemonians and their associates three hundred and fifty. Agesilaus, who had suffered many wounds, was taken to Delphi, where he looked after his physical needs.1

1 A more adequate account of the battle of Coroneia is given in Xen. Hell. 4.3.15-20; Plut. Agesilaus 18.

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