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[3] On the Macedonian side, the losses were two hundred and eighty cavalry and more than seven hundred infantry.1 The king buried the dead, rewarded those who had distinguished themselves in accordance with their deserts, and sacrificed to Helius who had given him the eastern regions to conquer.

1 Two hundred and thirty cavalry and eighty infantry (Arrian. 5.18.3).

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