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As Pharnabazus and his friends were going away, his son, who was left behind, ran up to Agesilaüs and said with a smile: ‘I make thee my guest-friend, Agesilaüs,’ and offered him a javelin which he held in his hand. Agesilaüs accepted it, and being delighted with the fair looks and kindly bearing of the boy, looked round upon his companions to see if any one of them had anything that would do for a return-gift to a fair and gallant friend;

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