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[2] At this time Cyrus, who was commander of the satrapies on the sea,1 had been planning for a long while to lead an army against his brother Artaxerxes; for the young man was full of ambition and had a keenness for the encounters of war that was not unrewarded.

1 See chap. 12.8 and note.

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