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[16] Meanwhile Xenophon proceeded to climb the abandoned height with his youngest troops, ordering the rest to move on slowly in order that the hindmost companies might catch up; then they were to advance along the road and halt under arms on the plateau1 at the top of the pass.

1 Into which the ἔκβασις, or “way out,” ultimately led.

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