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[63] And finally he so glutted them with war1 that the Persian kings, who at other times were not accustomed to make peace with their rebellious subjects until they had become masters of their persons, gladly made peace,2 abandoning this custom and leaving entirely undisturbed the authority of Evagoras.

1 A Homeric reminiscence.

2 For the actual facts see Dio. Sic. 15.9.

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