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[4] I have told the facts relating to Pyrrhus the son of Aeacides in my account of the Athenians.1 Procles the Carthaginian2 indeed rated Alexander the son of Philip higher on account of his good fortune and for the brilliance of his achievements, but said that Pyrrhus was the better man in infantry and cavalry tactics and in the invention of stratagems of war.

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