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[24] Now the Persians met the attack of the cavalry; but when the whole formidable array together was upon them, they gave way, and1 some of them were struck down at once in crossing the river, while the rest fled on. And the Greeks, pursuing them, captured their camp as well. Then the peltasts, as was natural, betook themselves to plundering; but Agesilaus enclosed all alike, friends2 as well as foes, within the circle of his camp. And not only was much other property captured, which fetched more than seventy talents, but it was at this time that the camels also were captured which Agesilaus brought back with him to Greece.

1 395 B.C.

2 So that the peltasts might not appropriate to themselves booty which belonged to all in common.

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