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112. Brasidas, when he saw the signal, gave his army the word to advance, and ran forward.1 Raising with one voice a shout which struck great terror into the inhabitants, they followed him. [2] Some of them dashed in by the gates; others found a way in at a place where the wall had fallen down and was being repaired, getting up by some planks which were placed against it, intended for drawing up stones. [3] He himself with the main body of his army ascended to the upper part of the city, wanting to make the capture thorough and secure; the rest of his soldiers overran the town.

1 The army of Brasidas, on a signal given from the town, rush in.

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