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[2] Then Corylas,1 who chanced at the time to be ruler of Paphlagonia, sent ambassadors to the Greeks, with horses and fine raiment, bearing word that Corylas was ready to do the Greeks no wrong and to suffer no wrong at their hands.

1 cp. Xen. Anab. 5.5.12 and note.

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