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[17] So the Thebans went away and made preparations for defending themselves, and the Athenians for aiding them. And in fact the Lacedaemonians did not longer delay, but Pausanias the king marched into Boeotia with the troops from home and those from Peloponnesus except the Corinthians, who refused to accompany them. And Lysander, at the head of the army from Phocis, Orchomenus, and the places in that region, arrived at Haliartus before Pausanias.

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    • Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854), HALIARTUS
    • Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography (1854), THEBAE
    • Smith's Bio, Pausa'nias
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