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Unformatted text preview: he joined Evagoras in urging the great king to build a nav , which would then defeat the Spartan nav , which would b itself rid Asia of the menace of Sparta and be a great thing for the Persians. Conon, I suspect, had some other hopes out of this activit , which in fact will come to fruition and I'll tell ou about them in due course. Well, the Spartans have their fleet out there and the king agrees and he starts building a fleet of his own, which will ultimatel be a ver large one indeed--some 300 ships, and the king puts Conon in charge of that fleet, which is smart in a wa because Conon is a great admiral. Ma be not so smart if ou look at what Conon is reall up to.
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2012 for the course ECON 159 taught by Professor Benjaminpolak during the Fall '08 term at Yale.
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