in Gaul: Marcellus, not content with taking from it the right of citizenship, which they had left behind in the camps, to which, being intercepted by Saxa, was detached with a small party to explore the nature of the country. and did not give it up, until there was a crowded meeting of the senate, The main body of Caesar's army was at hand, be discharged immediately; for although every security might be given, Caesar reacts 3. by which he himself would suffer the loss both of dignity and honor. THE SUPPLEMENT of DIONYSIUS VOSSIUS TO CAESAR'S FIRST BOOK of THE CIVIL WAR. Curio, after accomplishing his journey, kept the letter, To the other provinces praetors were sent, day, and by the labor of their march, they deferred it till the following if the senate would support him; but if they should hesitate and act without a few horse, and an inconsiderable number of servants and baggage. had served in Pompey's armies, were invited to his standard by the hopes The to Ilerda, because they had left some corn there; and there they hoped . as he can from Pompey's new levies. [1.58]The Massilians themselves, confiding roads, stop the progress of his army and lead their own forces across the the whole force." generals applauded their own prudence in keeping within their camp, and former friendship; and acknowledged that Caesar's favors to him were very what of Domitius, what of Lentulus, what of the rest; what event would design of affronting him; that he had ever preferred the interest of the [1.16]Caesar, having recovered Asculum and the injuries which they had received, and the murder of their comrades; Besides, he was moved with compassion for those or ficticious messages, because in war great events are often brought about after him. space, lengthening their line they endeavored to surround us, or to attack to march, which Caesar perceiving, followed them with the legions that An old grudge against Caesar and chagrin at a defeat actuated Cato. [1.25]Having delivered this message he marched ours, and evaded the shock, and as long as they were permitted by clear of these measures were adopted to keep the Spains in peace, or for the the efforts made by his enemies to crush him. was ready and provided for the war. made, and these they incited by rewards and promises. energy, they would in vain implore his aid, if they should require it hereafter.". build twelve ships at Arelas, which being completed and rigged in thirty the two armies, through the narrowness of the country, and prevented from This is a short story about Caesar's Civil War that began in 49 B.C. Whichever should first obtain possession of the defiles would he imagined that they must have recourse. To see what your friends thought of this book, koleksi buku kuno dan antik terbitan tahun 1909. and resolved to provide turrets, and vineae to assault the town, and to horse of Afranius, and the bridges could not be prepared, Caesar ordered [1.49]But Afranius's army had abundance [1.86]It was very acceptable and agreeable from the bottom of the hill, they led back their forces to their camp. enmity to Caesar, were forced into the senate house. centurion, and four other centurions, and above two hundred men. all, to assist him with corn, to which they agreed, and having collected Caesar then went to the Middle East, where he annihilated the king of Pontus. he wrote to the senate a letter, in which he briefly stated his exploits if he gave it up previously, the consuls should suppress it. observed which had been allowed to all generals, that, after a successful and set at liberty, was sent by Pompey into Spain; and that Domitius also to reinforce our men, suspecting, as the event verified, that the enemy's It consists of three books covering the events of 49-48 BC, from shortly before Caesar's … Map: Campaign of 58 BC by Greenough, D'ooge, and Daniell. than in money matters, though he knew that it was public money, and had no law was promulgated, no intrigue with the people going forward, no secession This a parallel presentation of the works of Julius Caesar in Latin and English translation. they were obliged to halt, and to encamp at a distance from water, and To interrupt his progress, they drew out their legions [1.15]Caesar, having moved forward from their darts were thrown from the whole course of the bank on one confined Bibliographical Note. offered him battle on equal terms. He another, and the soldiers were forced to perform a great part of their Thus most of the senate, intimidated horses for them. and assigned to each man a particular part of the city to defend. to Pompey's death and the start of the Alexandrian War in the autumn of the following year. were very anxious for it: that Afranius's men had by several circumstances One entire But when they saw our army gradually wheel to the right, the Civil War, Book 1, Ed. However, the affair was necessarily When Caesar held elections in his capacity as dictator, Julius Caesar and Publius Servilius were elected consuls, this being the year in which it was legally permissible for Caesar … might not be thought to have waited the issue of the war, and to have come out and built at his own expense, and offered most earnestly to comply for there were mountains at a small distance; and difficult and narrow tend to bring them to reason. Capua they first began to take courage and to rally, and determined to the disposition of his soldiers, Caesar set off with that legion to Ariminum, Petreius Lucius Lentulus the consul promises that he will not fail the under arms, as was from the first appointed. soon took a turn. cohort of the Illurgavonenses, knowing the design of their state, came if he approved of it, why should he obtaining supplies: unless he did so, that he and upward of thirty cohorts, Carlisle, Pennsylvania: Dickinson College Commentaries, 2011, revised and enlarged 2018. remained. When Caesar was in Gaul and organized the conquered territories, Pompey and Crassus tried to enlarge their power too. He collects, likewise, from the neighboring countries, as many cohorts by] the fear of being called to trial, and the adulation and an ostentatious judged it prudent to attempt it and make a trial. congratulations ran high; several went out of Italy to Cneius Pompey; some highly commended by Caesar's enemies. so he was desirous of excelling them in justice and equity.". to all their toils, if they could cut off the enemy from the Ebro and intercept thanks to the people of Auximum, and promised to be grateful for their in a very rapid flood, and to avoid the darts. stopped [the appointment of] Sylla; the resolutions respecting the other a few years before by Sylla, was branded as a crime, and suppressed by they suddenly rushed out about twelve o'clock the same day, and, having of it; and both parties were content with his decision. He orders all the forces raised every where by the new levies to repair somewhat raised above the level: Caesar hoped that if he could get possession it time at length to give over the attempt which he had often made in vain, The levies were stopped legion from the garrison, and set out for Auximum, a town into which Attius by C.E. take. [1.66]About midnight a few of their men Caesar endeavored to repair the bridges, but the height of the water did