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His military genius is undisputed: he gave to the guerilla warfare, which he
imposed on his opponents and which the nature of the country demanded, a
leadership and understanding seldom equalled. Self-restrained and humane, ...
In the first place, however, it is clear that Augustus, though not made commander-
in-chief of the armies, did in fact exercise a predominant military power and that
the ultimate sanction of his authority was force, however much the fact was ...
Each received a permanent garrison of four legions, commanded by consular
military legates: they were military zones, not provinces, and their civil
administration was the responsibility of the governor of Belgica. The legions were
quartered in ...
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