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[79] By that speech he was the cause of this man's escape at Phyle: it was necessary to obey a man in the position of general, if they were to preserve themselves. Nay, further, you will find no one who has shared either this man's table or his tent, nor did the commander assign him a place in his tribe1; to all he was a polluted person with whom they would not talk. Please call the commander.“Evidence

1 There was one “taxiarch” for each of the ten tribes, whose ranks were formed by him.

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