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“Well,” said he, “I accept them; may good1 fortune attend our turning into horsemen and your dividing the common spoils. In the first place, set apart for the gods whatever the magi direct, as they interpret the will of the gods. Next select for Cyaxares also whatever you think would be most acceptable to him.”

1 He suggests suitable gifts for others

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