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After spending much of the summer (107) in training his troops and in skirmishes
with the enemy, Marius adopted the strategy of attacking fortified cities. Apart from
a spectacular march through the desert to seize Capsa which would have ...
But here they reckoned without the genius of Suren, who had organized a special
corps of 1ooo Arabian camels, one for every ten men, which brought up almost
limitless supplies of arrows. After dark Crassus, who failed to risk a night attack ...
But Sirmium, a key position on the Save, was held by the legate of Moesia, and
the Dalmatians wasted time attacking coastal cities; thus Tiberius was enabled to
f1ght his way to Siscia which he held with five legions. The efficiency of the whole
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