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When they had accomplished the crossing, they formed in line of battle about midday and marched through Armenia, over entirely level country and gently sloping hills, not less than five parasangs; for there were no villages near the river because of the wars between the Armenians and Carduchians. The village which they finally reac
ifteen parasangs, to the Teleboas river. This was a beautiful river, though not a large one, and there were many villages about it.
This region was called Western Armenia. Its lieutenant-governorSubordinate to the satrap of all Armenia, Orontas. See Xen. Anab. 4.3.4, and note thereon. was Tiribazus, who had proved himself a friend Armenia, Orontas. See Xen. Anab. 4.3.4, and note thereon. was Tiribazus, who had proved himself a friend to the King and, so often as he was present, was the only man permitted to help the King mount his horse.
He rode up to the Greeks with a body of horsemen, and sending forward an interpreter, said that he wished to confer with their commanders. The generals decided to hear what he had to say, and, after approaching within hearing d