Arrian, Anabasis 2.4.3-4
He (Alexander) reached the camp of Cyrus, who had been with Xenophon, and saw that the gates were strongly held, he left Parmenio there with the heavier-armed foot-battalions, while he himself, about the first watch, took the hypaspists, archers and Agrianians, and marched by night to the Gates, meaning ti take the guards unawares.  His march was detected, but his daring counted just as much in his favor; the guards, observing that he was leading in person, left their posts in flight. Next day at dawn he passed the Gates with his full force and descended into Cilicia.
Loeb, trans. P. A. Brunt. pp. 132-133.
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