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GERMANY AND BRITAIN (55-54 B.C.) Two tribes, the Usipetes and Tencteri,
who had been driven westwards over the Rhine by the Suebi, formed Caesar's
next victims. When they refused his offer of land on the east of the Rhine, ...
After this titanic struggle the Aedui and Arverni submitted, but some other tribes
fought on, perhaps in the knowledge that Caesar's command would soon end.
The Bellovaci were not conquered until in 51 Caesar moved up seven legions ...
Scaurus probably confined freedmen to the four urban tribes in order to keep
them out of the thirty-one rustic tribes. If, however, the law of Gracchus the censor
of 169, which had restricted freedmen to one urban tribe, was still in force,
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