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[24] But the ephors recalled Sphodrias and brought capital charges against him. He, however, out of fear did not obey the summons; but nevertheless, although he did not obey and present himself for the trial, he was acquitted. And1 it seemed to many that the decision in this case was the most unjust ever known in Lacedaemon. The reason for it was as follows.

1 378 B.C.

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