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[15] Then, as the day was far spent, having dragged the enemy's dead1 within their battle line, they supped and slept. Early next morning Agesilaus ordered Gylis, the polemarch, to draw up the army in battle order and to set up a trophy, and to command every man to wear a wreath in honour of the god2 and all the flute-players to play.

1 In order that the Thebans might not recover them. But some think τῶν πολεμίων corrupt.

2 Apollo.

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