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Among the Tegeans, on the other hand, the followers1 of Callibius and Proxenus were making efforts to the end that all the people of Arcadia should unite, and that whatever measure was carried in the2 common assembly should be binding on the several cities as well; but the followers of Stasippus made it their policy to leave their city undisturbed and to live under the laws of their fathers.

1 370 B.C.

2 370 B.C.

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