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The Gate to Cæsar

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Author: Julius Caesar
Published: 1891
Language: Latin
Wordcount: 41,078 / 183 pg
LoC Category: PA
Downloads: 2,500
Added to site: 2009.08.09
mnybks.net#: 24942
Genre: History
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numque magistrâtum cum iis habent."

+de imprôvîso+: subito, repente. +permitto+, dêdo. +cônsentio+: coniûro, me coniungo. +dêterreo+, dissuâdeo.

Cæsar learns the number of the enemy's forces.

4. Cum ab hîs quaereret quae cîvitâtes quantaeque in armis essent et quid in bello possent, sîc reperiêbat: plêrîque Belgae sunt orti ab Germânis Rhênumque antîquitus trâducti ibi cônsêdêrunt, Gallôsque qui ea loca incolêbant expulêrunt. Sôli fuêrunt qui Teutonos Cimbrôsque 5 intra fînes suos ingredi prohibuêrunt. Qua ex re fîêbat ut mâgnam sibi auctôritâtem mâgnôsque spîritus in re mîlitâri sûmerent. De numero eôrum omnia se habêre explôrâta Rêmi

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