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“We now have much spoil that we have taken,1 and men besides. But, as we do not know how much of it belongs to each one of us, and as the captives do not know who are their several masters, it is consequently impossible to see very many of them attending to their duty, for almost all are in doubt as to what they are expected to do.

1 The Medes and Hyrcanians directed to divide the spoils

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