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demonstration that the town did not enjoy Roman citizenship when Caesar had
been treating the Transpadanes as full citizens. Finally, he persuaded the Senate
to agree that the possibility of a successor to Caesar should be discussed on 1 ...
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
Caesar was captivated, and Cleopatra stayed on in the palace as his mistress.
During the winter one legion reached Caesar, and there was some stiff fighting
by sea in and around the harbours: at one moment Caesar had to swim for his life
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