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In the next year—in which was celebrated1 the ninety-third Olympiad, when the newly added two-horse race was won by Euagoras of Elis and the stadium2 by Eubotas of Cyrene, Euarchippus being now ephor at Sparta and Euctemon archon at Athens —the Athenians fortified Thoricus; and Thrasyllus took the ships which had been voted him, equipped five thousand of his sailors so that he might employ them as peltasts also, and set sail at the beginning of the summer for Samos.

1 409 B.C.

2 The 200 yards foot-race.

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