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Page 134 - ... tent to shelter him. At length they came in sight of the intrenched camp of the enemy, comprising a force of 30,000 men. Here took place what is called the battle of the Pyramids, in the beginning of which Bonaparte addressed the soldiers in that striking apostrophe which has been so often quoted : " From the summits of those pyramids, forty centuries look down upon you.