History of Julius Caesar, Volume 2

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of the Commentaries
85
March op Cssar upon Besancon See Plate i
86
Panic in the Roman Armt
88
March towards the Valley op the Rhine See Plate 4
91
Interview between Gxsar and Ariovistus See Plate 6
94
Movements op the Two Armies See Plates 2 and 6
97
Battle against the Germans See Plate 4
99
Observations
103
CHAPTER V
106
General Map of the Campaign of the Year 697
107
Cesars Camp at BerryauBac See Plates 2 7 8 and 9
109
Plan of the Field of Battle of the Aisne
110
Battle on the Aisne
113
Retreat op the Belge
116
March against the Nkrvii Set Plates 7 and 10
118
Battle on the Sambre See Plate 10
121
Siege op the Oppidum op the Aduatuci See Plate 11
128
Plan of the Oppidum of the Aduatuci
129
Subjugation of Armorica by P Crassus
131
Expedition of Galba into the Valais
132
CHAPTER VI
135
War against toe Veneti See Plate 12
137
Naval Combat against the Veneti See Plate 12
141
Victory of Sabinus over the Unelli See Plate 13
144
Expedition of Sabinus to the Unelli
145
Conquest of Aquitainf by P Crassus
146
March against the Morini and the Menapii
150
Observations
151
INCURSIONS OP THE USIPETE8 AND THE TENCTEBI FIRST PASSAGE OF THE RHINEFIRST DESCENT IN BRITAIN CHASTISEMENT O...
153
Rout op the Usipetes and the Tencteri
158
First Passage of the Rhine See Plates 14 and 15
160
Bridge of Piles built on the Rhine
162
Description of Britain in the Time of Gsar
165
First Expedition to Britain See Plates 16 and 17
172
Map of Britain for the Two Expeditions
175
Chastisement of the Morini and Menapii
184
Order for Rebuilding the Fleet Departure for Illyria
185
Points of Embarking and Landing Date of the Arrital in Britain See Plate 16
186
Resume of the Dates of the Campaign of 699
202
CHAPTER VIII
204
Departure for the Isle of Britain See Plate 16
206
March into the Interior of the Country See Plate 16
208
Destruction of a Part of the Fleet
210
S8AR RESUMES THE OFFENSIVE
211
March towards the Thames See Plate 16 214
214
Submission of a Part op Britain See Plate 16
216
Reembarkation of the Army
217
Presumed Dates of the Second Campaign in Britain
223
Distribution of the Legions in their Winter Quarters See Plates 14 and 18
225
Defeat of Sabinus at Aduatuca
228
Plan of Avahicum
288
Plan of Gergovia
304
Camp of Csar at Gergovia
307
Map of the Campaign of LabIenus at Lutetia
325
Plan of the Field of Battle of the Vinoeanne
334
Plan of Alesia
339
Views of Mont Auxois
340
Details of the Roman Works at Alesia
345
Idem
346
CHAPTER XI
367
Map of the Campaign against the Bellovaci ?
370
Camp of Gxsar at Mont SaintPierre
372
Devastation of the Country op the Eburones
379
Expedition against Dumnacus
381
Capture op Uxellodunum See Plates 31 and 32
383
Excavations made at Puy dIssolu See Plates 31 and 32
390
Complete Submission of Gaul
395
BOOK IV
399
Campaign against the Helvetii
402
Campaign against Ahiovistus
405
Sequel of the Consulship of L Calpurnius Piso and Au lcs Galbinius
408
Intrigues of Clodius
409
POMPEY CONSULTS CAESAR ON THE RETURN OP ClCERO
410
POMPEY BELIEVES HIMSELF THREATENED BY A SLAVE OF ClO DIUS
411
WAR AGAINST THE Belcs
413
Return op Cicero
416
POMPEY IS CHARGED WITH THE SUPPLYING OF FOOD
419
Festivals to Commemorate Cesars Victories
420
Riots at Rome
423
CHAPTER III
424
Clodius named TEdile Trial of Milo
426
Return of Cato
429
State of Anarchy in Rome
430
The Interview at Lucca
432
Consequences of the Interview at Lucca Conduct of Cicero
438
Intrigues of Pompey and Crassus to obtain the Consulship
443
Campaign against the Peoples on the Shores of the Ocean
445
CHAPTER V
467
CHAPTER VI
479
EVENTS OF THE TEAS 703
528
CHAPTER IX
554
Pompet receives Ovations and asks Caesar to return
566
CHAPTER X
579
Cesar harangues his Troops
588
APPENDIX
595
APPENDIX
638
Note on the Ancient Coins collected in the Excavations at Alise
640
APPENDIX D
648
Q Tullius Cicero
654

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