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When the estrangement which had arisen between the Athenians and the other Greeks became noised abroad, there came to Athens ambassadors from the Persians and from the Greeks. Now those who had been dispatched by the Persians bore word that Mardonius the general assured the Athenians that, if they should choose the cause of the Persians, he would give them their choice of any land in Greece, rebuild their walls and temples, and allow the city to live under its own
emonians they only asked that they should come with all speed to Attica together with all their allies. For it was evident, they
added, that Mardonius, now that the Athenians had declared against him, would advance with his
army against Athens. And this is what actually took
place. For Mardonius, who was stationed in Boeotia with all his forces, at first attempted to cause certain
cities in the Peloponnesus to come over to him,
distributing money among their leading men,