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[39] When Cleander returned, he said that it was only with very great difficulty that he had accomplished the arrangement; for Anaxibius said it was not well to have the soldiers close by the wall and Xenophon within it; the Byzantines, moreover, were in a factious state and hostile to one another. “Nevertheless,” Cleander continued, “he bade you come in if you are intending to sail away with him.”

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