Timocrates did as he was bidden, the most important cities conspired together against Sparta, Peloponnesus was in a turmoil, and the Spartan magistrates summoned Agesilaüs home from Asia. It was at this time, as we are told, and as he was going home, that Agesilaüs said to his friends;
‘The king has driven me out of Asia with thirty thousand archers’; for the Persian coin has the figure of an archer stamped upon it.1
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