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The Two Expeditions to Britain, 55–54 B.C. 121 CHAPTER VI • SUPPRESSION
OF THE GALLIC REVOLT I. Prelude to the Revolt I27 2. Vercingetorix, Leader of
the Revolt I32 3. The Siege of Avaricum I35 4. The Siege of Gergovia I38 5.
VI Suppression of the Gallic Revolt I. PRELUDE TO THE Revolt HILE Caesar was
in Britain, Indutionarus, the discarded \ X s Treverian chieftain, had been nursing
his grievances, and when it became apparent how isolated Caesar's winter ...
When there he received rumours from the countryfolk that Caesar had withdrawn
from Gergovia, and that the Aedui were in revolt. Erroneously they affirmed that
Caesar had failed to cross the Loire, and that lack of corn had compelled him to ...
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