by a marble pavement, stand opposite to each other,
on the cross-road at which Agnias left off from following
after the fugitive army.

The king of Africa went on to the city of Benevento, but
he took no harsh measures against it and its inhabitants, because
it belonged to the land of Kittim at that time. Thenceforth,
however, bands of soldiers from Africa made incursions,
now and again, into the land of Kittim, under the lead
of Zepho, the captain of the African army. Agnias meantime
went to Pozimana, to solemnize his marriage with
Yaniah, and he returned with her to his capital in Africa.[424]

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