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General Books publication date: 2009 Original publication date: 1915 Original Publisher: Heath Subjects: France Gaul History / Ancient / General History / Ancient / Rome History / Europe / France Travel / Europe / France Notes: This is a black and white OCR reprint of the original. It has no illustrations and there may be typos or missing text. When you buy the General Books edition of this book you get free trial access to Million-Books.com where you can select from more than a million books for free. Excerpt: 522. capitum: omit; we use the expression, "so many head," of cattle, but we do not apply it to human beings. The figures in this last chapter tell the story of the campaign so plainly that no comment is required. ///. THE WAR WITH ARIOVISTUS. Chapters 30-54. The assembled Gallic chieftains congratulated Caesar on his victory, and besought him to assist them against the inroads of Ariovistus, a German prince who had settled with his followers on this side of the Rhine. Caesar assented, and after fruitless negotiations took the field. Hearing that Ariovistus was advancing towards Vesontio (Besancon), a Sequanian town about 110 miles from his camp, in the country of the Lingone, Caesar hastened forward by forced marches and occupied this town. He remained a few days in the neighborhood and then started out to find Ariovistus. He tells us that he reached his final camping- ground on the seventh day. Where was Ariovistus? Apparent he had annexed to his German dominions the northern part (third) of the Sequanian territory, the modern Alsace. The distance from Vesontio to Caesar's camping-ground is in doubt. He says, B. G. I. 41, that the circuitous route he took, in order to have open country, was more than fifty miles. It is thought by many that this means that the distance by the route he took was greater by fifty miles than the distance by the most direct route. It is likely that the distance was 100 miles at least. Here was fought Caesar's...

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