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 Accordingly, while Nannienus 1 weighed the changeable events of fortune and hence believed that they ought to act deliberately, Mallobaudes, carried away (as usual) by his strong eagerness for battle and impatient of postponement, was tormented with longing to go against the foe.
1 Cf. xxviii. 5, 1, where he is called Nannenus.
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