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[4] And when Archela[uuml ]s expressed his abhorrence of such treason, Sulla said: [ldquo ]So then, thou, Archela[uuml ]s, who art a Cappadocian, and a slave of a barbarian king, or, if thou wilt, his friend, wilt not consent to a disgraceful deed for such great rewards; but to me, who am a Roman commander, and Sulla, thou darest to propose treachery? as if thou were not that Archela[uuml ]s who fled from Chaeroneia with a few survivors out of one hundred and twenty thousand men, and who lay hid for two days in the marshes of Orchomenus, and who left Boeotia impassable for the multitude of dead bodies![rdquo ]

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