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[4] But Marcius asked Cominius how the enemy were arrayed, and where their best fighting men were placed. And when the consul told him he thought the troops in the centre were those of the Antiates, who were the most warlike of all and yielded to none in bravery, ‘I ask and demand of you, then,’ said Marcius, ‘post us opposite these men.’ The consul, accordingly, granted his request, astonished at his ardour.

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