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[8] When he had come up, Xenophon said: “We are on our way to a place where the army will be able to get food; there we shall listen both to you and to the Laconian's1 messengers, and make whatever choice may seem to be best. If, then, you will guide us to a spot where there are provisions in greatest abundance, we shall think we are being hospitably entertained by you.”

1 Aristarchus.

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