Julian - XXIII Summary & Analysis

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XXIII Summary

The straps of Julian's armor broke and took several days to repair. Julian orders the troops to begin the eight-mile march to the Tigris River. Julian predicts that the Persians will harass the Roman army as the troops make their way to the river, but that there won't be a major assault. He's wrong and a series of attacks create a battle. Priscus tells the remainder of the story as there are no more journal entries by Julian. Julian and his household guard - a group of troops assigned to remain close to Julian's personal enclave - become involved with a fight. The Persians retreat, and Priscus says he could see Julian and Julian's servant, Callistus, chasing the retreating Persians. He says he briefly lost sight of the pair and when Julian returned to the site where Priscus and Maximus waited, they discovered...

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