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approved of by their Generals they kept themselves within their Camp where the Roman forces were drawn out. Crassus having perceived this, when this delay had mad our Soldiers more eager to fight and made them think the Enemy were timorous and that all cried out with one voice that they ought not to delay marching to their Company longer having exhorted his troops all being willing he advanced to the Enemies Camp. XXV. ^ [[addition]] There [[/addition]] While some filled the ditches; others having thrown many darts drove the defendors from the rampart and fortification, the auxiliaries whom Crassus did not much trust in fight by supplying Stones