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When he had thus spoken, Cyrus ceased, and1 Cyaxares answered as follows: “Well, Cyrus, I do not see how any one could say that what you have done is bad; but still, let me tell you, these services of yours are of such a nature that the more numerous they appear to be, the more they burden me.

1 Cyaxares submits his grounds of complaint

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