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Polybius, Histories, book 5, Continued Success of Antiochus (search)
was done, the garrison surrendered for want of water. Having thus got possession of Rabbatamana, Antiochus left Nicarchus with an adequate garrison in command of it; and sent the two deserters from Ptolemy, Hippolochus and Ceraeas, with five thousand infantry, to Samaria: with orders to take the government of the district and protect all who submitted to him.Samaria. Antiochus goes into winter quarters, B. C. 218-217.He then started with his army for Ptolemais, where he was resolved to winter. was done, the garrison surrendered for want of water. Having thus got possession of Rabbatamana, Antiochus left Nicarchus with an adequate garrison in command of it; and sent the two deserters from Ptolemy, Hippolochus and Ceraeas, with five thousand infantry, to Samaria: with orders to take the government of the district and protect all who submitted to him.Samaria. Antiochus goes into winter quarters, B. C. 218-217.He then started with his army for Ptolemais, where he was resolved to winter.