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Once when Cyrus was holding a general reviewAn embassy from India and parade of all his men under arms, a messenger came from Cyaxares saying that an embassy had arrived from India. “He therefore bids you come as soon as possible. Moreover,” said the messenger, “I am bringing you a very beautiful robe from Cyaxares; for he exprehe Indians. And whenThe audience the Indians came in they said that the king of India had sent them with orders to ask on what ground the Medes and the Assyrians had the same question; and finally, he bade us say to both of you that the king of India declared that when he was weighed the merits of the case, he will side with theim say on.“Well then,” said he, “if Cyaxares has no objection, tell the king of India that we propose, in case the Assyrian says he has been wronged by us, to choose the king of India himself to be our arbitrator.”Upon hearing this, they went away. And when they had gone out, Cyrus addressed Cyaxares as follows:“Cyaxare
Armenia (Armenia) (search for this): book 2, chapter 4
o hasten when these are seen running past them as they walk.” On hearing this, Chrysantas was elated with his commission from Cyrus; he took his guides and went away, and after giving what orders he thought necessary to those who were to go with him he went to rest. And when they had slept as long as he thought reasonable, he started for the mountains. And when it was day, Cyrus sent forward aCyrus's ultimatum messenger to the Armenian with instructions to speak to him as follows: “‘King of Armenia, Cyrus bids you take steps as quickly as possible to deliver to him the tribute and the troops.’ And if he asks where I am, tell the truth and say that I am at the frontier. And if he asks whether I also am coming in person, tell the truth in that case also and say that you do not know. But if he inquires how many men we are, bid him send some one along with you and find out.” With such instructions he sent the messenger off, for he thought that this was a more friendly course than to ma