Text #3715Hellenica. Vol. 1 .
[Xen. Hell. 3.2.21. Translated by Carleton L. Brownson. William Heinemann. 1918. (2 Vols.) pp. 209--211]
And Agis, at the head of the army, made his entrance into the territory through Achaea, along the Larisus. Now when the army had but just arrived in the enemy’s country and the land was being laid waste, an earthquake took place. Then Agis thinking that this was a heaven-sent sign, departed again from the country and disbanded his army.