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[13] Theramenes arrived later from Lacedaemon. Then some of the generals and commanders—among them Strombichides1 and Dionysodorus, and some other citizens, who were loyal to you, as indeed they showed later—went to him and protested strongly.

1 An Athenian general at the close of the Peloponnesian War; cf. Thuc. 8.15, 30, 62.

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