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Now, when the people of Sepphoris had, in so surprising a manner, escaped their first danger, they sent to Cestius Gallus, and desired him to come to them immediately, and take possession of their city, or else to send forces sufficient to repress all their enemies' incursions upon them; and at the last they did prevail with Gallus
try round about it was harassed
by the Roman army, I took those soldiers that were about me, and came to
Garisme, where I cast up a bank, a good way off the city Sepphoris; and
when I was at twenty furlongs distance, I came upon it by night, and made
an assault upon its walls with my forces; and when I had ordered a considerable
nu on after, our unacquaintedness with the
places forced us to retire, after we had killed twelve of the Roman footmen,
and two horsemen, and a few of the people of Sepphoris, with the loss of
only a single man of our own. And when it afterwards came to a battle in
the plain against the horsemen, and we had undergone the dangers of it