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since these were the two that he had taken from Caesar (p. 126) he dared not risk
an attack until he had raised more troops. Caesar struck first, with his usual
speed: though it was winter, he pressed down the east coast, seized the passes
thus linking with Caesar's own De Bello Civili. Other sources add little.
Commentaries were not strictly historia but rather formed the material for future
historians, though Caesar brought great literary skill to their composition. They
were based ...
It is uncertain whether Caesar planned to survey the whole empire for census
purposes, because this view depends on the sole authority of a fifth-century
geographer. [p. 150] 23. caesar's party and the senate. On his supporters see R.
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