The Thebans, for their part, being also fearful in378 B.C. case no others except themselves should make war u that he would finish the journey to Piraeus before378 B.C. daybreak.
But he was still at Thria when daylight resent himself for the trial, he was acquitted. And378 B.C. it seemed to many that the decision in this case w to converse with Agesilaus, and again, if it was a378 B.C. stranger, he did the same, and again he even made he has done something wrong, let him for our sakes378 B.C. obtain pardon at your hands.” And Agesilaus said: quitted.
As for the Athenians, those among them who378 B.C. favoured the Boeotians pointed out to the people td had arrived at Thespiae, he made that his base of378 B.C. operations and proceeded against the country of tht when Agesilaus had noted that it was always after378 B.C. breakfast that the enemy also appeared, he offeredg where they could cross. Now the peltasts were few378 B.C. in number; the foremost of them were therefore sei