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and darts and by carrying turf for the bank made an appearance of fighting; while also the Enemy were fighting constantly and bravely and that the darts thrown from the higher ground did not fall in vain; the Horse having gone round the Enemies camp informed Crassus that the Camp was not equaly well fortified at the Decuman gate and was of Easy access. XXVI. Crassus having exhorted the commanders of the Horse to excite their men by great rewards and promises he shows them what he