At this time, when the troops were marshalled under arms,1 the number of the Greeks was found to be ten thousand four hundred hoplites, and two thousand five hundred peltasts,2 while the number of the barbarians under Cyrus was one hundred thousand and there were about twenty scythe-bearing chariots.
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