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Hp6fi(p Koi •nptoTo^ fi€P airrb^ 26 Bik rov ^6daa^ Staffalptr roU TfXfv- AVABASO OF ALEXANDER, L hMliljr 6. 4-^ vMldmr to Ike cHy. Mw MM fnr «r tlM <— cftiwhOkby wydHJipiHiji liy,i AltBMidar kb tndjrfMwds mhI te t^prfrat A; lo talM M MMM^f ImU H tkoaU tlMidl JMJf fWHTB to diw iflumfeol. Tit I Mi iJiii dwii of Akmaader MH t^irfm, fcrtk« Ike Arrkrf«, to tkt MHikar of l«o tkooMod; fon^ ko ovdetod to tkoottko I of tko liitnaniilM Hoopfc tlie villi II tko MM m fMfd, kept rap •ad, wii^ii^ wilii tiw onAry, —fy» ukjiMili^ cilWr of tlw iwwwtiim km ft, tiMir fitwnd, As Ikot tkopkolMH m cjo fton tko kiO 00 tko CMmj't aom tko ka vttk'tko Moo of oltaddBf AleiOBdar's kodygoani ot tkey wilh

8lj w|iUc> «mI PaniraM, mkI wvcatli da/ widJiM TiMrbM •irtfl Mi 1. • naad Ateiiiitr'i daalli, grttinK who partad Alasaadar'a aclaal Mi aMi: It wai. aaid tlier. al aoy rc at tkm hemd of wnt 6mj rrachcd there he ^ lolaai; giving the ThebaM a Ihej ihoaU rrpctit and Mni. They were far period of grace. In trtid an rmbaMy to from ahoving aaj huiaiUt/ an agmaiint; nay, the hawa and aeveral UglK Inwpa aalUrd oat tovaidt the ramp and Aarhargrd hw^ gangii volleys al the outpaala» even killing a t&m Iha Mawdwdinii Alrsander aent oal aooM of Mi Ught troopa and •rrhert to hoM ap their aaOy; Ihry easily thr Thrbaaa, who by now ware aetoAUj a| the camp.

I fiifoe a land* ine tfibcnnent howevett kepi iwmplni^ down to the riTer«ide w hew i ei the thipa touched land; tbeae wete few in nomber, and earrjliig onlj * maO body of troops; the bland was for the noat part ttoep for kndlnf ; and the eunrent pant the iojl^* tslandt M vaa natural in the iiflicolt narrowm, was %\rifi And to contend with. Therettpon Alexander withdrew hia troops and decided to ciom the Uter to attadi the Getae who were settled 00 the farther tide, both beoanae he of then gathered 00 the bank, to the re were about four thimwnd nounted men, and more than ten thooaand 00 foot and abo becauie he had been seised with saw a large fiirae repel blm, thovld he eroat — a desire to land on the farther side.

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