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Xenophon, Anabasis (ed. Carleton L. Brownson), Book 7, chapter 2 (search)
carry back word.” And Seuthes promised to give to each soldier a Cyzicene,i.e. per month. For the Cyzicene, see note on Xen. Anab. 5.6.23 to the captains twice as much, and to the generals four times as much; furthermore, as much land as they might wish, yokes of oxen, and a fortified place upon the seacoast.” “But,” said Xenophon, “if we make this attempti.e. to persuade the troops to take service under Seuthes. See. below. and do not succeed, because of some intimidation on the part of the Lacedaemonians, will you receive into your country any one who may wish to leave the army and come to you?” And he replied: “Nay, more than that, I will make you my brothers, table-companions, sharers to the uttermost in all that we may find ourselves able to acquire. And to you, Xenophon, I will also give my daughter, and if you have a daughter, I will buy her after the Thracian fashion; and I will give you for a residence Bisanthe, the very fairest of all the places I have upon t