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... embodied in Caesar's army and Attius freed. On the 17th, the 8th Legion,
accompanied by twenty-two cohorts. 1 Ibid., VIII, 12b. 2 B.C., I, 17. 3 Ad. Att., VIII,
I2C. 4 Ibid., VIII, 12d. 5 Ibid., VIII, 12a. 1 B.C., I, 23. 187 THE CIVIL WAR IN ITALY.
1 Ad. Fam., VIII, 15. 2 Ad. Att., IX, 2a. 3 Ibid., VIII, 9. 4 Ibid., VIII, II. 5 Ibid., VIII, II. 6
The equivalent of three legions. 1 Ad. Att., VIII, 13. 2 Ibid., VIII, 16. I89 THE CIVIL
WAR IN ITALY The Corfinium Campaign The Siege of Brundisium.
547. 2 Bell. Hisp., 30. It would be of interest to know how Caesar had been able
to keep alive so vast a number of horses during the winter. 3 Ibid., 30. 4 Ad. Fam.,
VI, xviii, 2. 5 Bell. Hisp., 30. 6 Ibid., 29. 1 Bell. Hisp., 30. * Ibid., 31. 3 Ibid., 31.
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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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