Aegospotami - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a small river in Thrace, flowing into the Hellespont
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captured the enemy's fleet at Aegospotamoi ** than it became his
fleet to anchor near Aegospotamoi, and Lysander, the Lacedaemonian
were defeated by Lysander at Aegospotamoi; but he was absent at
after the fight at Aegospotami, when the Thirty Tyrants
Plutarch, Lys_8] & At Aegospotami the Athenians several
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