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& because men are ready to believe what they which. Being induced by these things they would not suffer Viridovix and the rest of the Generals to leave the council before that they had permitted them to take arms and march to the Camp. Which being granted they gathered fascines and hurdles to fill the Roman ditches they advanced to the joyfully as to a Certain victory. XIX The Camp was placed upon a rising ground with a gentle assent for above a mile. They ran up place that they might give the least time possible to the Romans to assemble & arm and arrived there out of Breath. Sabinus having exorted his men [[unclear]] finding them willing gives the sinal the Enemy being encumbered on account of the burdens which they carried he commands a fall to be hidden by [[unclear]] out of two [[unclear]]