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Thus, then, he dealt with those who failed1 to attend at court. But in those who did present themselves he believed that he could in no way more effectively inspire a desire for the beautiful and the good than by endeavouring, as their sovereign, to set before his subjects a perfect model of virtue in his own person.

1 Cyrus resolves to be a model in

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