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His arrival being known the Senate assembled great forces and Horse in which they were very strong having attacked ours in their march began a battle with their horse afterwards their Cavalry being defeated and ours pursuing them the foot which had placed in ambush in an ajacent valley suddenly appeared. These having [[deletion]] suddenly [[/deletion]] attacked our men when disordered renenced the fight. XXI. The battle was long and sharp; the Sociates encouraged by their former victories thinking that the Safety of all Aquitain depended upon their valour; and our men desiring to try what they could do without their General and without the rest of the Legions under the