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[3] Sulla now crossed the Assus, and after advancing to the foot of Mount Hedylium, encamped over against Archela[uuml ]s, who had thrown up strong entrenchments between Mounts Acontium and Hedylium, at the so-called Assian plain. The spot in which he encamped, moreover, is to this day called Archela[uuml ]s, after him. After one day's respite, Sulla left Murena behind with one legion and two cohorts, to obstruct the enemy if they attempted to draw up their forces, while he himself held sacrifices on the banks of the Cephisus,

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