"The most dramatic of these conflicts was that fought out in the eastern provinces ca. 319-16 between Antigonus and Eumenes, the despised Greek pen-pusher who proved himself the finest general of them all and was only defeated when his own troops sold him to Antigonus in return for their captured baggage-train."
"Know that I am at hand with the baggage-train: so come thou forth to meet me with the troops."
"Behold, he is come with the baggage-train and thou art naught but a traitor."
"His baggage-train will assuredly come, whereupon these merchants will flock to him and he will scatter amongst them riches galore."
"Now some time hath past, but there appeareth no sign of his baggage-train, and he oweth us sixty thousand gold pieces, all of which he hath given away in alms."