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The Athenians and Lacedaemonians, then, were375 B.C. occupied with these things. As for the Thebans, after they had subdued the cities in Boeotia they made an expedition into Phocis also. And when the374 B.C. Phocians, on their side, sent ambassadors to Lacedaemon and said that unless the Lacedaemonians came to their assistance they would not be able to escape yielding to the Thebans, thereupon the Lacedaemonians sent Cleombrotus, the king, across to Phocis by sea, and with him four regiments of their own and the corresponding contingents Four regiments was two-thirds of the Spartan army; each one of the allies was therefore required to send out the same fraction of its total forces. of the allies. At about this time Polydamas of Pharsalus also arrived from Thessaly and presented himself before the general assembly of the Lacedaemonians. This man was not only held in very high repute throughout all Thessaly, but in his own city was regarded as so honourable a man that, when the Pharsal
tia they made an expedition into Phocis also. And when the374 B.C. Phocians, on their side, sent ambassadors to Lacedaemon a their laws. And he did, in fact, use these funds to guard374 B.C. the Acropolis and keep it safe for them, and likewise to ut of some other city also; but armies made up of citizens374 B.C. include men who are already advanced in years and others e other, should be wanting to keep you as weak as I could;374 B.C. but if it was through persuation that you joined with me,thing to become allies of ours, but I do not think it best374 B.C. to establish a friendship with them; for I believe that I I replied that while the other matters which he mentioned374 B.C. were worth considering, nevertheless for people who were orces and against a man who is so sagacious a general that374 B.C. whatsoever he undertakes to accomplish, whether it be by eparted. And he begged Jason not to force him to give over374 B.C. the Acropolis of the Pharsalians, his wish being that he