Xenophon laughed and said: “Now supposing all this does not suffice to cover the amount of the pay, whose talent shall I say I have? Would I not better, seeing that it is really a source of danger to me, be on my guard against stones1 on my way back? For you heard the threats.” For the time, then, he remained there at Seuthes' quarters.
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