and every time they returned from a pursuit to join the main army, they suffered again in the same way.1 On the second hill the same experiences were repeated, and hence after ascending the third hill they decided not to stir the troops from its crest until they had led up a force of peltasts from the right flank of the square to a position on the mountain.2
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