In a third version, preserved from Ctesias in Nicolaus Damasc. p. 66 (cf.
A tithe of cattle appears in Lydia (Nic. Damasc. fr.
3); and whenever he entered his native country he gave a gold piece to every woman of Pasargadae in remembrance of the heroic intervention of their ancestors in the battle (Nic. Damasc. loc. cit.; Plut.
His name, which was formerly Atradates" (in Nic. Damasc. this is the name of his father).
That is to say, these gifts were probably paid for out of the proceeds of the sequestration of the property of a rich Lydian merchant, Sadyattes, which Croesus presented to Ephesus (Nic. Damasc. fr.