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Λάκων), son of Aeimnestus, proxenus of the Spartans at Plataea, was chosen with Astymachus, son of Asopolaus, to address the Lacedaemonians in behalf of the Plataean people, when the town capitulated, in the fourth year of the Peloponnesian war, B. C. 427. In their mouths is placed the pathetic speech given in Thucydides. (Thuc. 3.52.)


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