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[2] Now, that part of the room where Marius happened to be lying had not a very good light, but was gloomy, and we are told that to the soldier the eyes of Marius seemed to shoot out a strong flame, and that a loud voice issued from the shadows saying: ‘Man, dost thou dare to slay Caius Marius?’ At once, then, the Barbarian fled from the room, threw his sword down on the ground, and dashed out of doors, with this one cry: ‘I cannot kill Caius Marius.’

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