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Pheraulas invited to his house the Sacian1 also, who had given him his horse, and entertained his new friend there and made bountiful provision for him in every way; and when they had dined, he filled up the cups that he had received from Cyrus, drank to his health, and then gave him the cups.

1 Pheraulas entertains the Sacian

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