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1 Pericles, suspecting that Archidamus will spare his lands, either from friendship, or to prejudice him with the Athenians, promises to give them to the public if they are uninjured by the enemy.
3 B.C. 431.
4 He reminds the Athenians of their enormous wealth and military and naval resources, telling them that victory is certain if they act with prudence.
5 About £120,000.
6 About £1,940,000.
7 About £100,000.
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