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- Alexander the Great crossed the Indus River in 326 B.C. to conquer India, but after the battle of the Hydaspes his army mutinied, refusing to fight further east across the Hyphasis River.
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- Indeed, his soldiers mutinied at the Hyphasis River, refusing to go further; given that if they crossed the Ganges River, they expected to face ever larger armies which deployed the deadly war elephants in greater numbers. In the same way, General R.
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- Braving a storm and a tricky river-crossing, a portion of his battle-worn army mutinied at the Hyphasis river (Beas) and refused to march further.
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- Cave explorers in Israel have uncovered a small trove of coins and jewellery from the time of Alexander the Great that archaeologists believe was hidden by refugees during an ancient war.
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