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[6] “Tell me,” he said, “Otys, to what sort of a family1 does Spithridates belong?” Otys replied that he was inferior in rank to no one of all the Persians. “And have you noticed his son,” said Agesilaus, “how handsome he is?” “To be sure I have; for I dined with him last evening.” “They say his daughter is handsomer than the son.”

1 395 B.C.

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