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Caesar left three legions in Egypt and set off to deal with Pharnaces, whom he
defeated in a brilliantly swift campaign of five days at Zela, after the king had
rashly launched an attack up-hill; later at his triumph in Rome Caesar displayed
Two other works deal with Caesar's campaigns: the Bellum Africum (of 47-6 B.C.)
, written by a competent soldier who was not a staff officer, and the Bellum
Hispaniense (campaign of Munda), written in awkward Latin by an eye-witness.
Modern works on Caesar's campaigns include C. Jullian, Hist. de la Gaule, III (
2nd ed., 1920); T. Rice Holmes, Caesar's Conquest of Gaul2 (1911); L. A.
Constans, Guide illustre des campagnes de Cesar en Gaule (1929) [p. 132] 6.
caesar in ...
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ROME AT THE CROSSROADS
The Growth of Romes Empire
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