108.The battle was fought at Tanagra in Boeotia, and the Lacedaemonians and their allies,
after1 great slaughter on both sides, gained the victory.
They then marched into the Megarian territory, and, cutting down the fruit-trees,
returned home by way of Geraneia and the Isthmus.But on the sixty-second2 day after the
battle, the Athenians made another expedition into Boeotia under the command of
and there was a battle at Oenophyta, in which they defeated the Boeotians and
became masters of Boeotia and Phocis.They pulled down the walls of Tanagraand took as hostages from the Opuntian Locrians a
hundred of their richest citizens.They then completed their own Long Walls.
Soon afterwards the Aeginetans came to terms with the Athenians, dismantling their
walls, surrendering their ships, and agreeing to pay tribute for the future.
The Athenians, under the command of Tolmides the son of Tolmaeus, sailed
round Peloponnesus and3 burnt the
Lacedaemonian dockyard4. They also took the Corinthian town of Chalcis, and, making a descent upon Sicyon,
defeated a Sicyonian force.
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