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[4] Then he sent an embassy to the Paeonians, and by corrupting some with gifts and persuading others by generous promises he made an agreement with them to maintain peace for the present. In similar fashion he prevented the return of Pausanias by winning over with gifts the king1 who was on the point of attempting his restoration.

1 The Thracian king mentioned chap. 2.6.

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