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VII The Domination of Caesar1 I. CONDITIONS IN GAUL When by the lex Vatinia
in 59 (p. 119) Caesar received the provinces of Cisalpine Gaul and Illyricum, he
must have been well satisfied. Cisalpine Gaul provided a fine recruiting ground ...
Caesar was now urged by the Gauls to eject Ariovistus, whose earlier request to
become a Friend of the Roman People Caesar ... Caesar put his troops into
winter quarters at Vesontio outside his own province.and returned to Cisalpine
G. E. F. Chilver, Cisalpine Gaul (1941), 8) that the lex Potnpeia dealt with the
whole of Cisalpine Gaul together, granting citizenship to all Latin colonies and
Latin rights to the native oppida. This view has been developed lately by U.
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