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[10] And Otys asked, “But is this,” said he, “which you are proposing, Agesilaus, pleasing to Spithridates also?” “By the gods,” said Agesilaus, “it was not he that bade me say this; but I for my own part, even though I rejoice exceedingly1 when I punish an enemy, believe that I am far more pleased when I discover some good thing for my friends.”

1 395 B.C.

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