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Armenia (Armenia) (search for this): book 3, chapter 1
o ask him the following question: “Tell me, king of Armenia,” he said, “whether you prefer to remain there and ng was in order, he began his examination: “King of Armenia,” said he, “I advise you in the first place in thiss bade them be silent and said: “Very well, king of Armenia; so that is your idea of justice; in accordance wit by Zeus,” Tigranes answered, “whichHow the king of Armenia learned discretion he is conscious of having sustai be more grieved than we, not to have the throne of Armenia? Well, then,” he added, “it is evident that he who ore his friend than he was before.“Tell me, king of Armenia,” he therefore asked,Cyrus takes a conciliatory attce you never ran away from us. And you too, king of Armenia, may take back your wife and children without payin dinner, as the party was breaking up,A Socrates in Armenia Cyrus asked: “Tell me, Tigranes, where is the man wly than he did me.” “Well, by the gods, king of Armenia,” said Cyrus, “your si