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Thus Cyrus spoke. After him Artabazus arose1—the man who had once claimed to be his kinsman—and said: “I am very glad, Cyrus, that you have opened this discussion. For when you were still a lad, I was very anxious even from the first to be a friend of yours; but when I saw that I could be of no use to you, I shrank from approaching you.

1 Artabazus reviews his own relations with Cyrus

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