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[2] And when Pharnabazus came, although soft cushions and broidered rugs had been spread for him, he was ashamed to see AgesilaĆ¼s reclining as he was, and threw himself down likewise, without further ceremony, on the grassy ground, although he was clad in raiment of wonderful delicacy and dyes. After mutual salutations, Pharnabazus had plenty of just complaints to make, since, although he had rendered the Lacedaemonians many great services in their war against the Athenians, his territory was now being ravaged by them.

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