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commanded of a young man: at length however the Enemy being covered with wounds turned their backs: many of them being killed Crassus began to attack the town of Sociates on his march; who defending themselves bravely he made approaches [[unclear]] towers. They having sometimes tried Sallies at other times having tried to undermine the Mound and the Galleries in which the Aquitaini are very skilfull because there are in many places Copper mines among them; when they perceived that by the care of our men no progress could be made in this way they send Embassadors to Crassus & beg that he would permit them to surrender. Which being obtained they delivered up their arms when commanded