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[4] For the King at once sent Tithraustes after him, who cut off his head, and asked AgesilaĆ¼s to make terms and sail back home, offering him money at the hands of envoys. But AgesilaĆ¼s answered that it was for his city to make peace, and that for his own part, he took more pleasure in enriching his soldiers than in getting rich himself; moreover, the Greeks, he said, thought it honourable to take, not gifts, but spoils, from their enemies.

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