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[5] Now the bluffs just mentioned, upon which these troops were drawn up, were distant three or four plethra from the river, and there was only one road to be seen that led up them, apparently an artificial road; so at this point1 the Greeks undertook to cross the river.

1 i.e. opposite this road, where they naturally expected to find a practicable ford.

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