Ch. 56-64. Greek design to withdraw the fleet to the Isthmus of Corinth. Decision to remain at Salamis, by Themistocles advice. Ch. 65. Dicaeus vision near Eleusis. Ch. 66-69. Persian fleet at Phalerum; advice given by Artemisia in a council of war. Ch. 70-73. Greek fortification of the I sthmus. Digression on the various Peloponnesian nationalities. Ch. 74-82. Unwillingness of the Peloponnesians to remain at Salamis. Themistocles design to compel them; his message to Xerxes, and Persian movement to encircle the Greeks. Announcement of this by A ristides. Ch. 83-96. Battle of Salamis. Ch. 97-99. Xerxes intention to retreat; news at Susa of the capture of A thens and the battle of Salamis. Ch. 100-102. Advice given to Xerxes by Mardonius and A rtemisia. Ch. 103-106. Story of the revenge of Hermotimus. Ch. 107-110. Flight of Persian fleet, and Greek pursuit as far as A ndros; Themistocles message to Xerxes. Ch. I ll, 112. Siege of A ndros, and demands made by Themistocles on various islands. Ch. 113. Mardonius selection of his army. Ch. 114-120. Incidents in Xerxes retreat. Ch. 121-125. Greek division of spoil and assignment of honours ;T hemistocles reception at Sparta. Ch. 126-129. A rtabazus capture of Olynthus and siege of Potidaea, during the winter. Ch. 130-132. Greek and Persian fleets at Aegina and Samos respectively (spring of 479). Leutychides command. Message to the Greeks from the lonians. (Typographical errors above are due to OCR software and don't occur in the book.)
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