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Thus, then, Cyrus was occupied.

From Babylon a report was now brought by1 deserters and confirmed by his prisoners of war, that the Assyrian king had gone off in the direction of Lydia with many talents of gold and silver and with other treasures and jewels of every sort.

1 The king leaves Babylon

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