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[4] These, rising up from ambush as it were, fell upon him, slew the first whom they attacked, put the rest, together with ArchelaĆ¼s, to panic flight, and pursued them until they were scattered and dispersed about the city. And just as this victory had been won, Erginus came from the party fighting on the heights, with tidings that Aratus was engaged with the enemy, that these were defending themselves vigorously, that a great struggle was going on at the very wall, and there was need of speedy help.

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