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[2] And when Dareius replied that he was afraid the enemy would run away before he could get at them, and Alexander thus escape him, ‘Indeed,’ said Amyntas, ‘on this point, O king, thou mayest be without fear; for he will march against thee, nay, at this very moment, probably, he is on the march.’ Dareius would not listen to these words of Amyntas, but broke camp and marched into Cilicia, and at the same time Alexander marched into Syria against him.

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