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[4] But this was not the worst. Agesilaüs was still more harassed by the tumults and shrieks and running about throughout the city, where the elder men were enraged at the state of affairs, and the women were unable to keep quiet, but were utterly beside themselves when they heard the shouts and saw the fires of the enemy. 1

1 ‘The women could not endure even the sight of the smoke, since they had never set eyes upon an enemy’ (Xenophon, Hell. vi. 5, 28).

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