The excerpt represents the core issue or deciding factor on which you must meditate, and is drawn from Hellenica by Xenophon:|
detachments, which had now come up. It ended in a hand-to-hand fight;
and eventually the enemy gave way. On the field lay dead some
Sicyonians, and of the Pellenians many a good man. In record of the
feat the Phliasians began to raise a trophy, as well they might; and
loud and clear the paean rang. As to the Theban and Euphron, they and
all their men stood by and stared at the proceedings, like men who had
raced to see a sight. After all was over the one party retired to
Sicyon and the other withdrew into their city.
 B.C. 367 (or 366).
 Lit. "above the Heraion" (where his main body lay).
That too was another noble exploit of the Phliasians, when they took