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nt in the war, and how, though in wqnt of everything, they remained steadfast in their alliance,366 B.C. has been told. At about this time Aeneas the Stymphalian, who had become general of the Arcadia came back again. And with the help of the commons he was master of the town; a Theban governor,366 B.C. however, held the Acropolis, and since Euphron realized that with the Thebans holding the Acrope has come here? We, then, arraign these men as utterly unrighteous, unjust, and lawless, and as366 B.C. having shown the utmost contempt for our city. It is for you, after you have heard, to inflict ersaries? Once again, was he not beyond question a tyrant, when he made slaves not only free me~366 B.C. but even citizens, and put to death and banished and robbed of property, not the people who were before, does one say that he has not been slain justly? Where can such a one show that a truce366 B.C. exists between Greeks and traitors, or double-deserters, or tyrants? Besides all this, remember