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and, secondly, he laid two thirds of the costs of the war upon you, whose danger was more remote, and only one third on the Thebans （in all this acting for bribes）; and the leadership by sea he caused to be shared equally by both; but all the expenditure he laid upon you and the leadership by land, if we are not to talk nonsense, he carried away bodily and handed it over to Thebes. The result was that in all the war that followed, Stratocles, your general, had no authority to plan for the safety of his troops.
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