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The story of the Phliasians, then, how they proved themselves faithful to their friends and continued valiant in the war, and how, though in wqnt of everything, they remained steadfast in their alliance,1 has been told. At about this time Aeneas the Stymphalian, who had become general of the Arcadians, thinking that conditions in Sicyon were not to be endured, went up to the Acropolis with his own army, called together the aristocrats among the Sicyonians who were in the city, and sent after those who had been exiled therefrom without a decree of the people.

1 366 B.C.

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