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But Cimon, now that the allies had attached themselves to him, took command of them and sailed to Thrace,1 for he heard that men of rank among the Persians and kinsmen of the King held possession of Eion, a city on the banks of the Strymon, and were harassing the Hellenes in that vicinity.

1 476-475 B.C.

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