The Seige of Corfinium 4. Pompey leaves Italy 5.
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Caesar's Senate 6. Resistance at Massilia 7. The First Spanish campaign - Ilerda 8. A naval fight at Massilia 9. Spain - a war of attrition The Seige of Massilia 2. Spain - the surrender of Varro 3. Massilia capitulates 4. Africa - Curio's campaign 5. Caesar in Italy - Pompey's preparations 2. Negotiations in Epirus 3. Trouble in Italy 4. Antony runs the gauntlet 5. The Lieutenants in Macedon 6. Stalemate at Dyrrachium 7.
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Setbacks for Caesar 8. Caesar moves to Thessaly 9.
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USD Sign in to Purchase Instantly. Overview The Civil War is Caesar's masterly account of the celebrated war between himself and his great rival Pompey, from the crossing of the Rubicon in January 49 B. At this point the book, and the whole work, ends abruptly. The main emphasis of the commentary is historical, but Caesar's literary technique is also scrutinised. The Latin text is newly constituted with a brief apparatus criticus. Latin text with facing-page English translation, introduction and commentary. It is a scholarly work with useful references and cross-references.
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