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About the same time, P. Crassus, when he had arrived in Aquitania (which, as has been before said, both from its extent of territory and the great number of its people, is to be reckoned a third part of Gaul,) understanding that he was to wage war in these parts, where a few years before, L. Valerius Praeconinus, the lieutenant had been killed, and his
having provided corn, procured auxiliaries and cavalry, [and] having summoned by
name many valiant men from Tolosa , Carcaso , and Narbo , which are the states of the province of Gaul, that border on these regions [Aquitania
], he led his army into the territories of the Sotiates. On
his arrival being known, the Sotiates having brought together great
forces and [much] cavalry, in which their strength principally lay,