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Caesar then advanced at top speed to seize Dyrrachium, Pompey's main depot
and arsenal. Meanwhile Vibullius had set out to warn Pompey of Caesar's '
sudden approach ... that he might be able to take counsel thereon before they
Early on the following morning he set out at utmost speed for Dyrrachium.
Meanwhile Caesar, who suspected that this would happen, stayed 'his march
only for a short period during the night', and then pushed on to the river Arzen,
followed it ...
Thus it came about that shortage of water, when added to lack of fodder,
compelled Pompey to transfer his cavalry by sea to Dyrrachium, where it could be
readily fed, and was well placed to sally out in rear of Caesar's camp and attack
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Schmerguls - LibraryThing
999 Julius Caesar: Man, Soldier, and Tyrant, by Major-General J. F. C. Fuller (read 23 Feb 1969) After I read this book and Natthias Gelzer's book on Caesar I said: It is amazing to me how little I ... Read full review
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Good review of Caesar. But a lot is just copied from Caesar, not much in the way of insight. Read full review
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