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12. At the end of the summer, a little before this time, a reinforcement of nine hundred heavyarmed,1 under the command of the Lacedaemonian generals Rhamphias, Autocharidas, and Epicydidas, set out for Chalcidicè. Coming first to Heraclea in Trachis2, they regulated whatever appeared to them to be amiss. [2] They were staying there when the battle of Amphipolis occurred. And so the summer came to an end.

1 A reinforcement sent by the Lacedaemonians to Amphipolis arrives at Heraclea,

2 Cp. 3.92, 93.

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