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Voyages in History
When did what
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good piece of Caesar's
Commentarii de bello gallico, de
bello civili, de bello alexandrino,
de bello africano, de bello
hispaniensi, in Latin, Milan,
third quarter 15th century, went for
a measly £174,250 (or $262,072) at
an auction in July 2000.
Gaius Julius Caesar - On the Gallic
Here follows the English translation of:
Commentarii de bello Gallico.
Commentaries on the Gallic War.
Translated by W.A. McDevitte and W.S. Bohn.
New York: Harper & Brothers, 1869.
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The Gallic Wars
The Helvetian war and the
war with Ariovistus
The war with the Belgian
The Alpine campaign and war
with the Veneti
The campaign against the
Germans and the first invasion of Britain
The second invasion of
Britain and rebellion in northern Gaul
The second passage of the
Rhine, with some notes on the Druids and the remarkable animals
found in the Hercynian forest
The war with Vercingetorix
The supplement of Aulus