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VIII. Spartan Monuments of Salamis and of Plataea
In the time of Pausanias and doubtless earlier the tomb of Eurybiades must have been cited as one of the points of special interest in Sparta. Herodotus (8.124) says that Eurybiades was awarded by the Spartans a crown of olive for his valor at Salamis.