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[100] who, although they engaged seven hundred thousand of the barbarians, did not flee nor suffer defeat, but laid down their lives on the spot where they were stationed,1 acquitting themselves so nobly that even those who eulogize them with all the resources of art can find no praises equal to their valor.

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