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[3] And when the enemy sent to him and asked permission to take up their dead, he made a truce with them, and having thus assured to himself the victory, proceeded to Delphi, 1 where the Pythian games were in progress. There he celebrated the customary procession in honour of the god, and offered up the tenth of the spoils which he had brought from Asia, amounting to a hundred talents.

1 Leaving the army in command of Gylis the polemarch ( Xenophon, Hell. iv. 3, 21).

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