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STATION 10 – SIX THOUSAND ON THE RUN

Probably passing below the encampment, maybe between the section overseen by Celts and the one controlled by heavy Libian and Iberic infantry, under the cover of fog, six thousand Roman soldiers made a run for the mountains.
It was only once they reached the top, and looked back, that the six thousand survivors saw, amidst billows of fog, the remains, scattered among the battlefield, of thousands of fallen Roman comrades.

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