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Polybius, Histories, book 5, Continued Success of Antiochus (search)
Continued Success of Antiochus This unbroken stream of success caused the inhabitants Abila. of the neighbouring Arabia to rouse each other up to take action; and they unanimously joined Antiochus.Abila.With the additional encouragement and supplies which they afforded he continued his advance; and, arriving in the district of Galatis, made himself master of Abila, and the relieving force which had thrown itself into that town, under the command of Nicias, a friend and kinsman of Menneas. Gadare strongest of any in those parts. Rabbatamana.He therefore encamped under its walls and, bringing siegeworks to bear upon it, quickly terrified it into submission. Then hearing that a strong force of the enemy were concentrated at Rabbatamana in Arabia, and were pillaging and overrunning the territory of those Arabians who had joined him, he threw everything else aside and started thither; and pitched his camp at the foot of the high ground on which that city stands. After going round and reco