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XX. Allmost at the same time P. Crassus when he arrived into Aquitain, which part as was said before, on account of the extent of the country and multitude of inhabitants is to be considered as the third part of Gaul when he understood that he was to carry on war in those places where a few years before L. V. Praconi [[unclear]] the Lieutenant was defeated and Slain and from whence L. Manilius the Pro-Concul having lost his baggage fled; he perceived that great care would be requisit. Therefore having provided Corn and having assembled auxiliaries having summoned by name many brave men from Toulouse Carcasone and Narbone, which are Cities bordering upon the Province of Gaul he marched his army into the territories of the Sociales.