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2. An Athenian, son of Euripides, was one of the generals to whom Potidaea surrendered (Thuc. 2.70). Later in the same year (B. C. 429) Xenophon and two other generals led an expedition against the Chalcideans and Bottiaeans, but were compelled to retreat into Potidaea. (Thuc. 2.79.)

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