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He could not carry his point, however, but was ordered to set sail. So he put to sea1 along with his fellow generals, having not much fewer than one hundred and forty triremes; fifty-one hundred men-at-arms; about thirteen hundred archers, slingers, and light-armed folk; and the rest of his equipment to correspond.

1 About the middle of the summer of 415 B.C.

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