[16] So complete was the record of his service to his fatherland that it did not end even when he died: he was still a bountiful benefactor of the state when he was brought home to be laid in his eternal resting-place, and, having raised up monuments of his virtue throughout the world, was buried with royal ceremony in his own land.1

1 The reference is to the money which Agesilaus had obtained in Egypt, and which was brought to the city with his body. For the burial see Xen. Const. Lac. end.

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