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1 See chap. 38.1.
2 The sense seems to be: "Restored by the Lacedaemonians, these exiles banished their enemies in their turn".
3 Arcadia may have been the name of the fortress and Nellus, IG（2）, 43.133-134, the name of the mountain on which it was constructed (see Dittenberger （3）, 1.147, note 48).
4 See account in Xen. Hell. 6.2.2-3. Beloch, Griechische Geschichte （2）, 3.1.156, places the attack after the formation of the peace in the late autumn of 375. Cary, Cambridge Ancient History, 6.77, gives 374.
5 They even went so far as to make the Zacynthian democrats members of the league (Cambridge Ancient History, ibid.). See inscription list, IG（2）, 43.131 ff., where the Zacynthians appear as the last addition to the list. Dittenberger （3）, 1.147, note 42, gives the date 374.
6 He must have been Spartan nauarch for 375/4 according to Beloch, Griechische Geschichte （2）, 2.2.281.
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