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Accordingly, Deinon says that after Artagerses had fallen, Cyrus charged furiously into those drawn up in front of the king, and wounded the king's horse, and that the king fell to the ground; but Teribazus quickly mounted him upon another horse, saying, ‘O king, remember this day, for it deserves not to be forgotten’; whereupon Cyrus again plunged in and dismounted Artaxerxes.

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