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The procession of the king, therefore, as thus instituted by Cyrus, continues even so unto this day, except that the victims are omitted when the king does not offer sacrifice.

When it was all over, they went back to the1 city to their lodgings—those to whom houses had been given, to their homes; those who had none, to their company's quarters.

1 The procession comes to an end

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