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[11] The result was that during the whole day they travelled not more than twenty-five stadia. They did arrive, however, towards evening at the villages.1

Here again there was despondency. And Cheirisophus and the eldest of the generals found fault with Xenophon for leaving the main body of the army to undertake a pursuit, and thus endangering himself without being able, for all that, to do the enemy any harm.

1 i.e. those mentioned in Xen. Anab. 1.2.34.

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