In the simulation, as a first change, the peltasts would not have been wasted in the secondary action against the camp, but rather had been preserved to act alongside the cavalry against the reinforced Boeotian left wing; be it the peltasts firing their missiles and / or the cavalry carrying ahead of the Spartan right wing, preliminary to the hoplite clash, or both of these forces buffeting the flanks of the Boeotian block after the main engagement. That way, too, about 1,000 recalcitrant Boeotian would have been out of the battle. As a second, decisive change, the Spartan right wing would have gradually given way without crushing, allowing the possibility that Spartan numerical superiority in the center and on the left could be exploited in a charge that penetrated the Boeotian block and reach his rear.
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