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II, Bk. 2, § l; Die Motive der Kriegsfuhrung. [ 26 J of a father. 5 B. Revenues from War (a) The Nature of the Spoils. e. 7 (�nt Kat fo·uoµEvotut But this is obviously an exceptional case. The advantages of victory arise usually from the spoils, which consist of costly goods and cattle and also of captives. These are either ransomed by their own people queror. 11 As spoils of war the men, who were besides oftentimes put to death, were of less importance. 1 Cf. p. 21. Leaf in fact observes that even in post-Homeric times those who were waging a great war with commercial aims were careful to find some higher justification, just like the ancient Achreans.
R F. rchs Leben des Lykurgos (in the Collection Sieglin, Quellen u. Forschungcn zur alten Geschichte, Vol. XXIII, Berlin, 1910). • Sphreros Borysthenites, whom Kessler (p. s e. privy councillor of Cleomenes, is said to have written e. bout the Lacedremonian state and another about Lycurgus and Socrates. rch, Lycurgus, Chap. V, and Cleomenes, Chaps. eus, IV, 8, Diogenes Laertius, VIII, and Frag. Hist. , Vol. 3, p. 20. Cf. , 1888). ' See e. more complete statement below in what is said about Lycurgus and equality in property ownership.
Sozialen Reform in Sparta (Klio, VII, 1907, p. ). Recently W. Tarn has come back to this subject in a study entitled "The Social Question in the Third Century," included in a collection of essays published by the University of Cam bridge under the title The Hellenistic Age. It should be added that Tarn, who is an authority on the history of Macedonian Hellenism, is of the opinion that the tyrant Nabis put into op eration the program of Agis and Cleomenes (cf. below, what I have said about the public finance of the tyrants, where a reference will be found to the doctor's thesis of J.