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[26] While attended by these only, he caught sight of the King and the compact body around him; and on the instant he lost control of himself and, with the cry “I see the man,” rushed upon him and struck him in the breast and wounded him through his breastplate—as Ctesias1 the physician says, adding also that he himself healed the wound.

1 See note on Xen. Anab. 1.7.11.

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