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[7] As for the prizes, most of them were beautifully wrought arms, both for hoplites and for horsemen; there were also wreaths of gold, and the prizes all told cost not less than four talents. As a1 result, however, of the expending of this sum, arms worth a vast sum of money were provided for the army.

1 394 B.C.

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