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For that day again1 they found quarters in the villages that lie above the plain bordering the Centrites river, which is about two plethra in width and separates Armenia and the country of the Carduchians. There the Greeks took breath, glad to behold a plain; for the river was distant six or seven stadia from the mountains of the Carduchians.

1 On the preceding night also they had been quartered in villages (Xen. Anab. 4.2.22).

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