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88. In arriving at this decision and resolving to go to war, the Lacedaemonians were influenced, not so much by the speeches of their allies, as by the fear of the Athenians and of their increasing power.1 For they saw the greater part of Hellas already subject to them.

1 Cp. 1.23 fin.

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