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Diodorus Siculus, Library, Book XII, Chapter 4 (search)
the Athenians, being master of the sea, subdued the cities of Cyprus. And since a large Persian garrison was there in Salamis and tld be the easiest way for him not only to become master of all Cyprus but also to confound the Persians, since their being unable tospised, and that, in a word, the entire war would be decided if all Cyprus were reduced by arms. And that is what actually happened. Theer, when he learned of the reverses his forces had suffered at Cyprus, took counsel on the war with his friends and decided that it peace with the Greeks. Accordingly he dispatched to the generals in Cyprus and to the satraps the written terms on which they were permitolemnly concluded, the Athenians withdrew their armaments from Cyprus, having won a brilliant victory and concluded most noteworthy victory and concluded most noteworthy terms of peace. And it so happened that Cimon died of an illness during his stay in Cyprus.
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