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Agr Chapter 10: Geography of Britain
Agr Chapter 24: Agricola in Britain. On Ireland
Ann Book I Chapter 31: Revolt in Germania
Ann Book I Chapter 33: Revolt in Germania. Germanicus
Ann Book I Chapter 34: Revolt in Germania. Germanicus in the camp
Ann Book I Chapter 36: Revolt in Germania. Considerations
Ann Book I Chapter 47: Revolt in Germania. Considerations of Tiberius
Ann Book I Chapter 69: War with the Germans. The bridge over the Rhine
Ann Book I Chapter 71: War with the Germans. The damage repaired
Ann Book II Chapter 5: War with the Germans.
Ann Book II Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Preparations.
Ann Book III Chapter 40: Revolt of the Gauls.
Ann Book III Chapter 43: Revolt of the Gauls. The Aedui
Ann Book III Chapter 44: Revolt of the Gauls. Rumors in Rome
Ann Book IV Chapter 5: Presence of the army in the provinces
Ann Book IV Chapter 28: Father and son Serenus
Ann Book VI Chapter 7: The fall of Sejanus. Further consequences (cont.)
Ann Book XI Chapter 18: Corbulo and Ganascus
Ann Book XII Chapter 39: Further problems in Britain
Ann Book XIII Chapter 53: Events in the North. Canals are constructed
Ann Book XIV Chapter 32: Further problems in Britain. Camulodunum conquered
Ann Book XIV Chapter 39: Further problems in Britain. Survey of Polyclitus
Ann Book XIV Chapter 46: Volusius and Africanus
Ann Book XIV Chapter 57: Sulla en Plautus
Aug The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
Dbg Book I Chapter 1: Introduction
Dbg Book I Chapter 2: The conspiration of Orgetorix About the Helvetii.
Dbg Book I Chapter 3: The conspiration of Orgetorix. Preparations.
Dbg Book I Chapter 16: March of the Helvetii. Corn shortage.
Dbg Book I Chapter 17: March of the Helvetii. Liscus speaks.
Dbg Book I Chapter 19: March of the Helvetii. Considerations.
Dbg Book I Chapter 20: March of the Helvetii. Divitiacus mediates.
Dbg Book I Chapter 28: Return of the Helvetii.
Dbg Book I Chapter 30: March of the Helvetii. Assembly of chiefs.
Dbg Book I Chapter 31: Caesar against Ariovistus. Complaints about Ariovistus.
Dbg Book I Chapter 33: Caesar against Ariovistus. Caesars considerations.
Dbg Book I Chapter 34: Caesar against Ariovistus. Caesar warns Ariovistus.
Dbg Book I Chapter 35: Caesar against Ariovistus. Caesar proposes a meeting.
Dbg Book I Chapter 37: Caesar against Ariovistus. More Harudes.
Dbg Book I Chapter 43: Caesar against Ariovistus. Talks: Caesar speaks.
Dbg Book I Chapter 45: Caesar against Ariovistus. The talks go on.
Dbg Book I Chapter 46: Caesar against Ariovistus. End of the talks.
Dbg Book I Chapter 53: Caesar against Ariovistus. Victory for Caesar.
Dbg Book II Chapter 3: War with the Belgae. Caesar with the Remi.
Dbg Book II Chapter 4: War with the Belgae. Overview over the Belgae.
Dbg Book II Chapter 4: War with the Belgae. Overview over the Belgae.
Dbg Book II Chapter 30: War with the Belgae. The siege begins.
Dbg Book II Chapter 35: War with the Belgae. Peace in Gaul.
Dbg Book III Chapter 2: Galba in Octodorus. Uprise of the Gauls.
Dbg Book III Chapter 7: War with the Veneti. Prolog.
Dbg Book III Chapter 11: War with the Veneti. Measures of Caesar.
Dbg Book III Chapter 17: Sabinus against Viridovix.
Dbg Book III Chapter 18: Sabinus against Viridovix. The stratagem.
Dbg Book III Chapter 20: Crassus in Aquitania. Prolog.
Dbg Book III Chapter 28: Caesar with the Morini and the Menapii.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Caesar decides to make war against the Germans.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 8: War with the Germans. Germans will have to leave Gaul.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Caesar wants to cross the Rhine.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 19: War with the Germans. Withdrawal.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 20: Caesar in Britain. Prolog.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 29: Caesar in Britain. Heavy damage to the fleet.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 35: Caesar in Britain. The Britains beaten.
Dbg Book V Chapter 3: The Treveri. Indutiomarus and Cingetorix.
Dbg Book V Chapter 5: Caesar in Britain. To Itius.
Dbg Book V Chapter 6: Caesar in Britain. Dumnorix.
Dbg Book V Chapter 8: Caesar in Britain. Landing in Britain.
Dbg Book V Chapter 12: Caesar in Britain. Description of the Britons.
Dbg Book V Chapter 13: Caesar in Britain. Britain, Ireland, Man.
Dbg Book V Chapter 20: Caesar in Britain. Peace with the Trinobantes.
Dbg Book V Chapter 22: Caesar in Britain. Peace with the other tribes.
Dbg Book V Chapter 24: The army in Gaul.
Dbg Book V Chapter 27: Revolt of the Gauls. The message of Ambiorix.
Dbg Book V Chapter 29: Revolt of the Gauls. Discussions in the Roman camp(cont.)
Dbg Book V Chapter 41: Revolt of the Gauls. Cicero does not want to surrender.
Dbg Book V Chapter 45: Revolt of the Gauls. A message to Caesar.
Dbg Book V Chapter 48: Revolt of the Gauls. The army near Cicero's camp.
Dbg Book V Chapter 49: Revolt of the Gauls. The Gauls prepare for battle.
Dbg Book V Chapter 51: Revolt of the Gauls. Sally of Caesar.
Dbg Book V Chapter 53: Revolt of the Gauls. Indutiomarus flees.
Dbg Book V Chapter 54: Revolt of the Gauls. Problems with the Senones.
Dbg Book V Chapter 55: Revolt of the Gauls. Indutiomarus raises an army.
Dbg Book V Chapter 56: Revolt of the Gauls. Other Gauls come to Indutiomarus.
Dbg Book V Chapter 58: Revolt of the Gauls. Indutiomarus beaten and killed.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 1: Revolt of the Gauls. Levy of Caesar.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 3: Revolt of the Gauls. Council with the Gauls.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 5: Revolt of the Gauls. The Menapii.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 11: The Gauls: their society.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 12: The Gauls: two factions.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 13: The Gauls: the Druids.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 29: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar withdraws from Germany.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 31: Revolt of the Gauls. Ambiorix gives up.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 44: Revolt of the Gauls. Peace in Gaul.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 1: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Death of Clodius.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 3: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Murder in Genabum.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 4: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix in command.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 10: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Caesar decides to help Gergovia.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 15: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Avaricum not burned.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 20: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix accused of treason.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 25: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The sally defeated.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 29: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix defends his strategy.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 31: Caesar and Vercingetorix. A new ally for Vercingetorix.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 34: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Caesar divides the army.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 37: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Convictolanis bribed.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 43: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Considerations of Caesar.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 55: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Treachery of the Aedui.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 59: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Considerations of Labienus.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 63: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Conference of the Gauls.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 66: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Plans of Vercingetorix.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 71: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix sends away the cavalry.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 77: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Speech of Critognatus.
Ger Chapter 1: Around Germany
Ger Chapter 5: The country
Ger Chapter 27: Funerals
Ger Chapter 28: The Germans in general
Ger Chapter 37: The Cimbrians
Gth Chapter 2: About Britain.
Gth Chapter 22: Geberich against Visimar.
Gth Chapter 27: Theodosius.
Gth Chapter 28: Theodosius against Eugenius.
Gth Chapter 30: The Visigoth in Italy.
Gth Chapter 31: Athavulf.
Gth Chapter 34: Theodorid and Litorius.
Gth Chapter 36: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Preliminaries.
Gth Chapter 37: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Foretellings.
Gth Chapter 41: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. The End
Gth Chapter 45: The end of the West.
Gth Chapter 47: The end of Eurich.
Gth Chapter 56: Ravaging Ostrogoths.
Gth Chapter 58: Theodoric.
Gth Chapter 59: Amalasuentha.
His Book I Chapter 2: Introduction (cont.)
His Book I Chapter 8: Galba becomes emperor. Spain, Gaul and Germany
His Book I Chapter 37: Revolt of Otho. Speech of Otho
His Book I Chapter 51: Revolt of Vitellius. The start
His Book I Chapter 61: Revolt of Vitellius. March to Italy
His Book I Chapter 62: Revolt of Vitellius. His character
His Book I Chapter 63: Revolt of Vitellius. Massacre at Divodurum
His Book I Chapter 64: Revolt of Vitellius. The march through Gaul
His Book I Chapter 70: Revolt of Vitellius. Through the Alps
His Book I Chapter 87: Revolt of Vitellius. Otho marches
His Book I Chapter 89: Revolt of Vitellius. Feelings in Rome
His Book II Chapter 6: The situation in the East
His Book II Chapter 11: Otho versus Vitellius
His Book II Chapter 29: Otho versus Vitellius. The Batavian mutiny (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 32: Otho versus Vitellius. The strategy of Otho (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 57: Otho versus Vitellius. Vitellus hears of his victory
His Book II Chapter 61: Revolt of Mariccus
His Book II Chapter 68: Vitellius emperor. Further disturbances
His Book II Chapter 86: Revolt of Vespasian. Primus Antonius
His Book II Chapter 98: Revolt of Vespasian
His Book III Chapter 2: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Preliminary discussions: Antonius Primus' ideas
His Book III Chapter 13: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Treason of Caecina
His Book III Chapter 15: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Primus marches to Cremona
His Book III Chapter 35: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. The beaten Vitellianists are dispersed
His Book III Chapter 41: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Actions of Valens
His Book III Chapter 44: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Spain and Britain follow Vespasian
His Book III Chapter 53: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Antomius Primus writes a letter
His Book IV Chapter 3: Vespasian appointed to emperor
His Book IV Chapter 12: The Batavians
His Book IV Chapter 14: The Batavian Uprise. Vitellius orders a conscription
His Book IV Chapter 17: Batavian Uprise. Speech of Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 18: The Batavian Uprise. Lupercus
His Book IV Chapter 24: The Batavian Uprise. Flaccus collects troops
His Book IV Chapter 25: The Batavian Uprise. Problems with the legions
His Book IV Chapter 26: The Batavian Uprise. A camp at Gelduba
His Book IV Chapter 28: The Batavian Uprise. The Ubii
His Book IV Chapter 32: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis speaks
His Book IV Chapter 36: The Batavian Uprise. Hordeonius murdered
His Book IV Chapter 49: Lucius Piso murdered (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 54: Vespasian emperor. Rumours
His Book IV Chapter 55: The Batavian Uprise. The revolt spreads
His Book IV Chapter 56: The Batavian Uprise. Deceit against deceit
His Book IV Chapter 58: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Vocula
His Book IV Chapter 59: The Batavian Uprise Vocula murdered
His Book IV Chapter 60: The Batavian Uprise. The camp falls and is plundered
His Book IV Chapter 61: The Batavian Uprise. Vileda
His Book IV Chapter 67: The Batavian Uprise. Sabinus
His Book IV Chapter 68: The Batavian Uprise. Reaction in Rome
His Book IV Chapter 69: The Batavian Uprise. The Remi
His Book IV Chapter 71: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis beats Valentinus
His Book IV Chapter 73: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Cerialis
His Book IV Chapter 74: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Cerialis (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 75: The Batavian Uprise. Letter of Civilis and Classicus
His Book IV Chapter 76: The Batavian Uprise. Conflict of opinions
His Book IV Chapter 77: The Batavian Uprise. Attack on Trier
His Book IV Chapter 85: The Batavian Uprise. Domitian is not going there
His Book V Chapter 19: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis withdraws
His Book V Chapter 23: The Batavian Uprise. A naval demonstration
His Book V Chapter 26: The Batavian Uprise. A conference
Hor Book V Chapter 33: The Migrations of the Gauls into Italy.
Hor Book V Chapter 41: Invasion of the Gauls. The elderly are killed.
Hor Book V Chapter 44: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus speaks to the people of Ardea
Hor Book V Chapter 47: Invasion of the Gauls. Unsuccessful Attack on the Capitol --
Hor Book V Chapter 48: Invasion of the Gauls. Final Surrender of the Defenders.
Hor Book VI Chapter 42: War with the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 9: War with the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 10: War with the Gauls. Titus Manlius' Exploit.
Hor Book VII Chapter 14: Attack on the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 26: Marcus Valerius Corvus -- Defeat of the Gauls.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 16: Anxiety in Rome
Hor Book XXI Chapter 17: The consuls divide tasks and armies
Hor Book XXI Chapter 19: Rome looks for allies in Spain
Hor Book XXI Chapter 20: Rome looks for allies in Gaul
Hor Book XXI Chapter 21: Hannibal prepares for war
Hor Book XXI Chapter 23: Hannibal cosses the Iberus
Hor Book XXI Chapter 24: Hannibal cosses the Pyrenees.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 31: Through the country of the Allobroges
Hor Book XXI Chapter 38: Hannibal crossed the Alps and reaches Italy
Hor Book XXI Chapter 39: Hannibal in the North of Italy
Hor Book XXI Chapter 40: Speech of Scipio
Hor Book XXI Chapter 41: Speech of Scipio (cont.)
Hor Book XXI Chapter 43: Speech of Hannibal
Hor Book XXI Chapter 62: Omens. The Sibylline books consulted
Hor Book XXII Chapter 31: Africa attacked
Hor Book XXII Chapter 32: Atilius and Servilius take the command
Hor Book XXII Chapter 33: Domestic problems and elections
Hor Book XXII Chapter 35: Varro elected
Hor Book XXII Chapter 43: Hannibal withdraws, the Romans follow
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 24: Postumius defeated and killed in Gaul
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 25: Considerations of the senate.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 8: Speech of Fabius Maximus
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 11: The state of the nation.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 3: The Appointed people start their work. Posthumius charged.
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 1: Appointments
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 28: Appointments
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 7: Appointments; Sardinia attacked.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 10: Commotion in 12 colonies(cont.)
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 20: Hasdrubal goes to Italy; Marcellus accused.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 22: Appointments
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 35: Marcus Livius and Claudius Nero reconciled
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 36: Hasdrubal in Gaul. Appointments.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 39: Hasdrubal in North-Italy
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 44: Rome is terrified by the plans of Claudius Nero
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 46: Claudius Nero arrives in the camp of Marcus Livius
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 9: A triumph for Nero and Livius
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 10: Elections
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 38: Elections. Scipio consul.
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 42: Speech of Quintus Fabius against Scipio's plan to attack Africa (cont.)
Msp Chapter 13
Plt Antony Chapter 5: Ally of Caesar in the Senate
Plt Antony Chapter 61: Comparison of forces
Plt Caesar Chapter 14: Caesar consul. Marriages
Plt Caesar Chapter 15: Caesar as a general
Plt Caesar Chapter 18: The Helvetians
Plt Caesar Chapter 19: Caesar against Ariovistus
Plt Caesar Chapter 20: War with the Belgae
Plt Caesar Chapter 21: The winter of 57/56 BC
Plt Caesar Chapter 22: Caesar's war with the Germans
Plt Caesar Chapter 23: Caesar's war with the Germans and in Britain
Plt Caesar Chapter 24: Revolt of the Gauls
Plt Caesar Chapter 25: Caesar and Vercingetorix; introduction
Plt Caesar Chapter 26: Caesar and Vercingetorix; (cont.)
Plt Caesar Chapter 27: Caesar and Vercingetorix; siege of Alesia
Plt Caesar Chapter 29: Politics in Rome (cont.)
Plt Caesar Chapter 31: Politics in Rome (cont.)
Plt Caesar Chapter 32: Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon
Plt Caesar Chapter 58: Plans of Caesar
Plt Camillus, chapter 18: The Gauls threaten Clusium. The Fabii.
Plt Galba Chapter 4: Insurrection of Vindex
Plt Galba Chapter 6: Verginius defeates Vindex
Plt Galba Chapter 10: Galba and Verginius
Plt Galba Chapter 11: Galba appointed emperror by the Senate
Plt Lucullus Chapter 5: Lucullus consul
Plt Otho Chapter 8: Otho versus Vitellius; war-council of Otho
Plt Pompey Chapter 8: Pompey is honoured by Sulla and sent to Gaul
Plt Pompey Chapter 16: Pompey and Lepidus
Plt Pompey Chapter 48: Caesar goes to Gaul
Plt Pompey Chapter 51: Manipulations of Caesar
Plt Pompey Chapter 52: The triumvirate
Plt Pompey Chapter 57: Pompey's vanity
Plt Pompey Chapter 59: No reconciliation
Plt Pompey Chapter 64: Civil war: Pompey's army
Plt Pompey Chapter 66: Civil war: should Caesar be pursued?
Plt Romulus, chapter 19: First war of Rome with the Sabines. Tarpeia.
Plt Sertorius Chapter 3: Soldier in the battles of Arausio and Aqua Sextiae, and in Spain.
Plt Sertorius Chapter 21: Sertorius in Spain; battle of Saguntum.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 21: Military actions in the East
Stn Augustus, Chapter 40: Further legislation.
Stn Augustus, Chapter 79: His appearance.
Stn Caligula, Chapter 39: Caligula collects money (Cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 1: His ancestry: Drusus.
Stn Claudius, Chapter 24: Honours.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 58: Military genius.
Stn Tiberius Chapter 3: Tiberius ascendency (cont.)
Stn Tiberius Chapter 4: Tiberius' father
Stn Tiberius Chapter 9: Start of Tiberius' military career
Stn Vitellius, Chapter 10: Emperor in Rome
Stn Vitellius, Chapter 18: Death of Vitellius
Vrg Book VI Chapter 32: Marcellus and Marcellus

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Agr Chapter 11: The Britons
Agr Chapter 21: Agricola in Britain (cont.)
Agr Chapter 32: Agricola in Britain. Speech of Galcagus (cont.)
Ann Book I Chapter 44: Revolt in Germania. The Upper army gives in
Ann Book II Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Start of the battle.
Ann Book II Chapter 17: War with the Germans. Victory for the Romans.
Ann Book III Chapter 45: Revolt of the Gauls. The Aedui (cont.)
Ann Book III Chapter 46: Revolt of the Gauls. The Aedui beaten
Ann Book IV Chapter 5: Presence of the army in the provinces
Ann Book XI Chapter 24: Gauls in the Senate? (cont.)
Ann Book XI Chapter 25: Gauls in the Senate? Yes
Ann Book XV Chapter 43: The rebuilding of Rome
Dbg Book I Chapter 1: Introduction
Dbg Book I Chapter 17: March of the Helvetii. Liscus speaks.
Dbg Book I Chapter 19: March of the Helvetii. Considerations.
Dbg Book I Chapter 25: March of the Helvetii. Battle.
Dbg Book I Chapter 31: Caesar against Ariovistus. Complaints about Ariovistus.
Dbg Book I Chapter 33: Caesar against Ariovistus. Caesars considerations.
Dbg Book I Chapter 39: Caesar against Ariovistus. Fear for the Germans.
Dbg Book I Chapter 40: Caesar against Ariovistus. Speech of Caesar.
Dbg Book I Chapter 42: Caesar against Ariovistus. Talks.
Dbg Book I Chapter 44: Caesar against Ariovistus. Ariovistus answers.
Dbg Book I Chapter 44: Caesar against Ariovistus. Ariovistus answers.
Dbg Book II Chapter 1: War with the Belgae. Prolog.
Dbg Book II Chapter 2: War with the Belgae. Caesar marches.
Dbg Book II Chapter 4: War with the Belgae. Overview over the Belgae.
Dbg Book II Chapter 6: War with the Belgae. Siege of Bibrax.
Dbg Book II Chapter 12: War with the Belgae. Noviodonum conquered.
Dbg Book II Chapter 17: War with the Belgae. Plan of the Nervii.
Dbg Book II Chapter 24: War with the Belgae. The camp taken.
Dbg Book III Chapter 1: Galba in Octodorus. Prolog.
Dbg Book III Chapter 2: Galba in Octodorus. Uprise of the Gauls.
Dbg Book III Chapter 8: War with the Veneti. Revolt.
Dbg Book III Chapter 10: War with the Veneti. Considerations of Caesar.
Dbg Book III Chapter 14: War with the Veneti. And how to attack them.
Dbg Book III Chapter 18: Sabinus against Viridovix. The stratagem.
Dbg Book III Chapter 19: Sabinus against Viridovix. The battle.
Dbg Book III Chapter 28: Caesar with the Morini and the Menapii.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 2: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)
Dbg Book IV Chapter 3: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)
Dbg Book IV Chapter 5: War with the Germans. Caesar does not trust the Gauls.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Caesar decides to make war against the Germans.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 13: War with the Germans. Caesar decides to attack.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 15: War with the Germans. Many Germans killed.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 20: Caesar in Britain. Prolog.
Dbg Book V Chapter 6: Caesar in Britain. Dumnorix.
Dbg Book V Chapter 12: Caesar in Britain. Description of the Britons.
Dbg Book V Chapter 24: The army in Gaul.
Dbg Book V Chapter 27: Revolt of the Gauls. The message of Ambiorix.
Dbg Book V Chapter 45: Revolt of the Gauls. A message to Caesar.
Dbg Book V Chapter 49: Revolt of the Gauls. The Gauls prepare for battle.
Dbg Book V Chapter 50: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar pretends fear.
Dbg Book V Chapter 53: Revolt of the Gauls. Indutiomarus flees.
Dbg Book V Chapter 54: Revolt of the Gauls. Problems with the Senones.
Dbg Book V Chapter 56: Revolt of the Gauls. Other Gauls come to Indutiomarus.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 1: Revolt of the Gauls. Levy of Caesar.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 7: Revolt of the Gauls. Labienus and the Treveri.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 8: Revolt of the Gauls. The Treveri beaten.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 16: The Gauls: their rites.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 18: The Gauls: their descend.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 19: The Gauls: their marriages.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 24: Previous wars between Gauls and Germans.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 30: Revolt of the Gauls. Basilus defeats Ambiorix.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 34: Revolt of the Gauls. Gauls plunder the Eburones.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 1: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Death of Clodius.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 2: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The Carnutes start the revolt.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 12: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Caesar takes Noviodunum.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 13: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix beaten, Caesar to Avaricum.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 15: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Avaricum not burned.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 17: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Siege of Avaricum.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 19: Caesar and Vercingetorix. No fight.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 20: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix accused of treason.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 22: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Defense of Avaricum.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 26: The women prevent abandoning Avaricum.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 29: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix defends his strategy.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 30: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The Gauls take courage.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 37: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Convictolanis bribed.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 40: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Litavicus exposed.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 45: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Actions near Gergovia.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 46: Caesar and Vercingetorix. An enemy camp conquered.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 51: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The Romans hold out.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 53: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Caesar moves to the Aedui.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 66: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Plans of Vercingetorix.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 69: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Alesia.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 70: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The siege of Alesia begins.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 73: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The fortifications strengthened.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 75: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Levy of the Gauls.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 76: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The Gaul army is gathered.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 80: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Cavalry fight.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 81: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Attack of the Gauls.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 82: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The Gauls withdraw.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 83: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Attack on the upper camp.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 85: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The upper camp under pressure.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 86: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The attacks continue.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 88: Caesar and Vercingetorix. The cavalry decides the battle.
Ger Chapter 2: Origin of the Germans
Ger Chapter 28: The Germans in general
Ger Chapter 29: Batavians and Mattiacians
Gth Chapter 2: About Britain.
Gth Chapter 34: Theodorid and Litorius.
Gth Chapter 36: Battle of the Catalaunic Fields. Preliminaries.
His Book II Chapter 93: Revolt of Vespasian. Vitellius' army
His Book III Chapter 34: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. Cremona survives
His Book III Chapter 72: Vitellius versus Antonius Primus. On the Capitol
His Book IV Chapter 54: Vespasian emperor. Rumours
His Book IV Chapter 57: The Batavian Uprise. Vocula marches
His Book IV Chapter 58: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Vocula
His Book IV Chapter 61: The Batavian Uprise. Vileda
His Book IV Chapter 62: The Batavian Uprise. The prisoners march
His Book IV Chapter 71: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis beats Valentinus
His Book IV Chapter 76: The Batavian Uprise. Conflict of opinions
His Book IV Chapter 78: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis victorious
Hor Book V Chapter 17: War with Veii. Cont.
Hor Book V Chapter 24: Internal Dissensions arising from the Conquest of Veii.
Hor Book V Chapter 32: War with Volsinians and Salpinates. Banishment of Camillus.
Hor Book V Chapter 33: The Migrations of the Gauls into Italy.
Hor Book V Chapter 34: The Migrations of the Gauls into Italy (Cont.)
Hor Book V Chapter 34: The Migrations of the Gauls into Italy (Cont.)
Hor Book V Chapter 35: The Migrations of the Gauls into Italy. To Clusium.
Hor Book V Chapter 36: Invasion of the Gauls. Envoys at war.
Hor Book V Chapter 37: Invasion of the Gauls. The attack.
Hor Book V Chapter 38: Invasion of the Gauls. A lost battle.
Hor Book V Chapter 39: Invasion of the Gauls. Sacrifice of the elderly.
Hor Book V Chapter 41: Invasion of the Gauls. The elderly are killed.
Hor Book V Chapter 42: Invasion of the Gauls. Destruction of Rome.
Hor Book V Chapter 43: Invasion of the Gauls. Unsuccessful Attack on the Citadel.
Hor Book V Chapter 45: Invasion of the Gauls. Reverses of the Gauls and Etruscans.
Hor Book V Chapter 45: Invasion of the Gauls. Reverses of the Gauls and Etruscans.
Hor Book V Chapter 46: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus appointed dictator.
Hor Book V Chapter 47: Invasion of the Gauls. Unsuccessful Attack on the Capitol --
Hor Book V Chapter 48: Invasion of the Gauls. Final Surrender of the Defenders.
Hor Book V Chapter 49: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus saves Rome.
Hor Book V Chapter 50: Invasion of the Gauls. The Rebuilding of Rome -- Regulations
Hor Book V Chapter 51: The Speech of Camillus against migrating to Veii.
Hor Book V Chapter 52: The Speech of Camillus against migrating to Veii. Cont.
Hor Book V Chapter 53: The Speech of Camillus against migrating to Veii. Cont.
Hor Book VI Chapter 1: Proceedings in the Senate
Hor Book VI Chapter 2: War with the Volscians and Aequi.
Hor Book VI Chapter 11: The Treason of Marcus Manlius Capitolinus.
Hor Book VI Chapter 14: The Acts of Manlius.
Hor Book VI Chapter 15: Arrest of Manlius.
Hor Book VI Chapter 16: The Treason of Marcus Manlius Capitolinus. Discussions.
Hor Book VI Chapter 17: The Treason of Marcus Manlius Capitolinus. Release of Manlius
Hor Book VI Chapter 28: War with Praeneste. A Dictator appointed.
Hor Book VI Chapter 40: Speech of Appius Claudius
Hor Book VI Chapter 42: War with the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 1: Pestilence in Rome.
Hor Book VII Chapter 9: War with the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 10: War with the Gauls. Titus Manlius' Exploit.
Hor Book VII Chapter 11: War with the Tiburtines.
Hor Book VII Chapter 12: War with Tiburtines, Tarquinians and Gauls
Hor Book VII Chapter 13: War with the Gauls. The army wants to attack.
Hor Book VII Chapter 14: Attack on the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 15: Victory on the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 18: Contest over the Consulship.
Hor Book VII Chapter 23: Defeat of the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 24: War with the Gauls. The end.
Hor Book VII Chapter 25: Gaulish Marauders and Greek Pirates.
Hor Book VII Chapter 26: Marcus Valerius Corvus -- Defeat of the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 32: War with Samnites. Battle of Mount Glaurus.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 14: The Revolt of the Latins and Campanians. The settlement of Lanuvium
Hor Book VIII Chapter 17: Sidicines, Pestilence, Samnites and Gauls.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 20: Revolt and Recovery of Privernum and Fundi. Privernum
Hor Book IX Chapter 4: War with the Samnites. Speech of Lentulus.
Hor Book IX Chapter 6: War with the Samnites. The Return of the Roman Army.
Hor Book IX Chapter 11: War with the Samnites. The surrender not accepted.
Hor Book IX Chapter 19: Comparison of the armies.
Hor Book IX Chapter 29: The Censorship of Appius Claudius.
Hor Book X Chapter 2: Cleonymus makes attempts on Italy with his Fleet.
Hor Book X Chapter 10: The Etruscans try to buy assistance of Gauls.
Hor Book X Chapter 13: Election of Fabius and Decius.
Hor Book X Chapter 16: Etruria.
Hor Book X Chapter 18: The Samnites and Etruscans allied against Rome.
Hor Book X Chapter 21: A great alliance formed.
Hor Book X Chapter 26: Further preparations.
Hor Book X Chapter 27: The Battle of Sentinum
Hor Book X Chapter 28: Devotion and death of Decius.
Hor Book X Chapter 29: The Battle of Sentinum, the end.
Hor Book X Chapter 30: Fabius celebrates his Triumph.
Hor Book X Chapter 31: Progress of the Samnite War.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 16: Anxiety in Rome
Hor Book XXI Chapter 20: Rome looks for allies in Gaul
Hor Book XXI Chapter 23: Hannibal cosses the Iberus
Hor Book XXI Chapter 24: Hannibal cosses the Pyrenees.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 25: Revolt of the Boii
Hor Book XXI Chapter 26: The crossing of the Rhone
Hor Book XXI Chapter 27: The crossing of the Rhone (cont.)
Hor Book XXI Chapter 28: The crossing of the Rhone (cont.)
Hor Book XXI Chapter 29: A cavalery fight.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 30: Speech of Hannibal
Hor Book XXI Chapter 32: Hannibal starts the crossing of the Alps.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 38: Hannibal crossed the Alps and reaches Italy
Hor Book XXI Chapter 39: Hannibal in the North of Italy
Hor Book XXI Chapter 43: Speech of Hannibal
Hor Book XXI Chapter 45: The battle of Ticinus
Hor Book XXI Chapter 47: Crossing the Po
Hor Book XXI Chapter 48: The Gauls revolt, Clastidium betrayed
Hor Book XXI Chapter 52: Preliminary actions.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 53: Disagreement among the consuls
Hor Book XXI Chapter 56: The Romans beaten.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 58: A storm attacks Hannibal
Hor Book XXII Chapter 1: A cold spring for Hannibal and bad omens for Rome
Hor Book XXII Chapter 2: Hannibal marches through the Apennines
Hor Book XXII Chapter 9: Religious ceremonies performed
Hor Book XXII Chapter 14: Minucius complains
Hor Book XXII Chapter 46: The Carthaginians prepare for battle
Hor Book XXII Chapter 47: The battle of Cannae starts
Hor Book XXII Chapter 59: A delegate of the prisoners speaks
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 24: Postumius defeated and killed in Gaul
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 25: Considerations of the senate.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 21: The murderers try to get the power in Syracuse
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 42: The war in Spain: Saguntum retaken.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 9: The conspiration is executed
Hor Book XXVI Chapter 41: Scipio speaks to the Spanish army.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 25: Deliberations in the Senate; Action in South-Italy
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 38: Marcus Livius and his army
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 39: Hasdrubal in North-Italy
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 48: The battle of the Metaurus
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 10: Elections
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 11: Omens and appointments
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 36: Mago attacks New Carthage
Hor Book XXXVIII Chapter 46: Mago attacks the North of Italy
Plt Antony Chapter 37: Antony prepares an invasion in Parthia, but not enough.
Plt Aemilius Chapter 5: War of Aemilius against the Ligurians
Plt Aemilius Chapter 8: Actions of Perseus before 168 BC
Plt Aemilius Chapter 12: Perseus is too mean
Plt Caesar Chapter 19: Caesar against Ariovistus
Plt Caesar Chapter 20: War with the Belgae
Plt Caesar Chapter 25: Caesar and Vercingetorix; introduction
Plt Caesar Chapter 29: Politics in Rome (cont.)
Plt Camillus, chapter 15: The vision of Caedicus
Plt Camillus, chapter 16: The Gauls enter Italy
Plt Camillus, chapter 17: The Gauls settle in the North of Italy
Plt Camillus, chapter 18: The Gauls threaten Clusium. The Fabii.
Plt Camillus, chapter 19: The Fabii made military tribunes
Plt Camillus, chapter 20: The Battle of the Allia
Plt Camillus, chapter 22: The Vestal Virgins flee
Plt Camillus, chapter 24: Rome taken by the Gauls
Plt Camillus, chapter 25: The inhabitants of Rome are killed by the Gauls
Plt Camillus, chapter 26: Camillus and the Ardeans defeat the Gauls
Plt Camillus, chapter 28: The Gauls discover how to climb the Capitol Hill
Plt Camillus, chapter 29: The Gauls attack the Capitol, but are defeated
Plt Camillus, chapter 30: The Capitol nearly surrendered.
Plt Camillus, chapter 31: Camillus saves Rome
Plt Camillus, chapter 39: Treason and death of Manlius Capitolinus
Plt Camillus, chapter 43: War with the Gauls
Plt Camillus, chapter 44: War with the Gauls (cont.)
Plt Fabius, Chapter 2: Ligurians and Hannibal
Plt Fabius, Chapter 17: Reaction of Hannibal and in Rome
Plt Galba Chapter 5: Galba becomes emperor
Plt Galba Chapter 6: Verginius defeates Vindex
Plt Galba Chapter 18: The soldiers begin to dislike Galba
Plt Galba Chapter 22: Revolt of Vitellius
Plt Marcellus Chapter 1: Introduction
Plt Marcellus Chapter 3: The Gauls. Revolt of the Insubrians
Plt Marcellus Chapter 6: Battle of Clastidium, start.
Plt Marcellus Chapter 7: Marcellus defeats and kills Britomartus
Plt Marcellus Chapter 8: The Spolia Opima
Plt Numa, chapter 1: Introduction
Plt Numa, chapter 12: Religious reforms by Numa: the Salii
Plt Otho Chapter 6: Otho versus Vitellius; the siege of Placentia
Plt Pompey Chapter 67: Civil war: Pompey pursues Caesar
Plt Romulus, chapter 18: Rome vs Caenina
Plt Romulus, chapter 19: First war of Rome with the Sabines. Tarpeia.
Plt Romulus, chapter 25: Vestals and other institutions
Plt Romulus, chapter 34: Tutula
Stn Caligula, Chapter 29: Caligula as a monster (Cont.)
Stn Caligula, Chapter 47: Military affairs of Caligula (Cont.)
Stn Claudius, Chapter 25: Administration of justice (cont.)
Stn Galba, Chapter 3: The ancestry of Galba
Stn Galba, Chapter 16: He does not pay promised gifts
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 49: Julius Caesar and Nicomedes.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 76: Julius Caesar Dictator. His pride.
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 80: Julius Caesar murdered. The conspiracy.
Stn Nero, Chapter 40: Insurrection of Vindex
Stn Nero, Chapter 45: Last days of Nero
Stn Vitellius, Chapter 11: Vitellius in Rome
Vrg Book VIII Chapter 26: The shield of Aeneas

links of: Gaulish

Hor Book V Chapter 33: The Migrations of the Gauls into Italy.
Hor Book V Chapter 36: Invasion of the Gauls. Envoys at war.
Hor Book V Chapter 38: Invasion of the Gauls. A lost battle.
Hor Book V Chapter 43: Invasion of the Gauls. Unsuccessful Attack on the Citadel.
Hor Book V Chapter 48: Invasion of the Gauls. Final Surrender of the Defenders.
Hor Book VI Chapter 5: Domestic Affairs.
Hor Book VI Chapter 7: War with the Volscians and Etruscans. Cont.
Hor Book VI Chapter 28: War with Praeneste. A Dictator appointed.
Hor Book VII Chapter 9: War with the Gauls.
Hor Book VII Chapter 11: War with the Tiburtines.
Hor Book VII Chapter 20: Submission of Caere.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 17: Sidicines, Pestilence, Samnites and Gauls.
Hor Book VIII Chapter 20: Revolt and Recovery of Privernum and Fundi. Privernum
Hor Book IX Chapter 41: Wars with Etruria, the Samnites and Umbria.
Hor Book X Chapter 10: The Etruscans try to buy assistance of Gauls.
Hor Book X Chapter 26: Further preparations.
Hor Book X Chapter 28: Devotion and death of Decius.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 36: Hasdrubal in Gaul. Appointments.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 43: Claudius plans to travel North
Plt Camillus, chapter 22: The Vestal Virgins flee
Plt Galba Chapter 4: Insurrection of Vindex
Plt Marcellus Chapter 6: Battle of Clastidium, start.

links of: Gallia

Stn Caligula, Chapter 20: Games.
Stn Domitian, Chapter 2: Domitian as a young man
Stn Galba, Chapter 3: The ancestry of Galba
Stn Galba, Chapter 6: His career
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 22: Problems
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 24: The Gallic War
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 28: Further problems with the Senate
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 51: Affairs with foreign women
Stn Julius Caesar, Chapter 54: Integrity.
Stn Nero, Chapter 2: Ancestry of Nero (cont.)

links of: Gallic

Dbg Book I Chapter 23: March of the Helvetii. To Bibracte.
Dbg Book V Chapter 14: Caesar in Britain. Habits of the Britons.
Dbg Book V Chapter 43: Revolt of the Gauls. Fire in the camp.
Dbg Book V Chapter 48: Revolt of the Gauls. The army near Cicero's camp.
Dbg Book V Chapter 54: Revolt of the Gauls. Problems with the Senones.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 7: Revolt of the Gauls. Labienus and the Treveri.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 23: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Gallic walls.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 48: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Attack on Gergovia failed.
Dbg Book VII Chapter 89: Caesar and Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix surrenders.
His Book I Chapter 8: Galba becomes emperor. Spain, Gaul and Germany
His Book I Chapter 51: Revolt of Vitellius. The start
His Book I Chapter 65: Revolt of Vitellius. Lugdunum and Vienna
His Book I Chapter 67: Revolt of Vitellius. The Helvetii
His Book II Chapter 68: Vitellius emperor. Further disturbances
His Book II Chapter 69: Vitellius emperor. The soldiers are sent back
His Book II Chapter 94: Revolt of Vespasian. Executions in Rome
His Book IV Chapter 31: The Batavian Uprise. The oath
His Book IV Chapter 69: The Batavian Uprise. The Remi
Hor Book XXI Chapter 25: Revolt of the Boii
Hor Book XXI Chapter 26: The crossing of the Rhone
Hor Book XXI Chapter 42: His prisoners-of-war join Hannibal
Hor Book XXI Chapter 46: The Romans withdraw, Hannibal follows.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 52: Preliminary actions.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 56: The Romans beaten.
Hor Book XXII Chapter 14: Minucius complains
Hor Book XXII Chapter 46: The Carthaginians prepare for battle
Hor Book XXII Chapter 47: The battle of Cannae starts
Hor Book XXII Chapter 48: The Romans get surrounded
Hor Book XXII Chapter 57: Several measures
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 14: Hannibal marches against Nola.
Hor Book XXIII Chapter 28: Himilco is sent with an army to Spain. Hasdrubal marches North.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 10: Further elections and prodigies.
Hor Book XXIV Chapter 42: The war in Spain: Saguntum retaken.
Hor Book XXV Chapter 10: The city of Tarentum is conquered by Hannibal.
Hor Book XXVII Chapter 39: Hasdrubal in North-Italy
Plt Antony Chapter 41: Antony retreats.
Plt Caesar Chapter 27: Caesar and Vercingetorix; siege of Alesia
Plt Caesar Chapter 28: Politics in Rome
Plt Marcellus Chapter 3: The Gauls. Revolt of the Insubrians
Plt Marcellus Chapter 7: Marcellus defeats and kills Britomartus
Stn Galba, Chapter 9: Galba as governor
Stn Galba, Chapter 12: Galba emperor (cont.)
Stn Nero, Chapter 40: Insurrection of Vindex
Stn Nero, Chapter 41: Insurrection of Vindex (cont.)
Stn Nero, Chapter 43: Plans of Nero
Stn Tiberius Chapter 49: Tiberius resorts to plunder.
Vrg Book VI Chapter 31: The future (cont.)

links of: Gallia Lugdunensis

His Book I Chapter 59: Revolt of Vitellius. Julius Civilis
His Book II Chapter 59: Otho versus Vitellius. Vitellius travels through Gaul

links of: Galli

Stn Nero, Chapter 45: Last days of Nero

links of: Transalpine Gauls

Hor Content of Book XX
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But a general survey inclines me to believe that the Gauls established themselves in an island so near to them. Their religious belief may be traced in the strongly-marked British superstition. The language differs but little; there is the same boldness in challenging danger, and, when it is near, the same timidity in shrinking from it. The Britons, however, exhibit more spirit, as being a people whom a long peace has not yet enervated. Indeed we have understood that even the Gauls were once renowned in war; but, after a while, sloth following on ease crept over them, and they lost their courage along with their freedom. This too has happened to the long-conquered tribes of Britain; the rest are still what the Gauls once were.
Agr Chapter 11: The Britons

The Gauls run down to the bank to meet them with various whoopings and songs, according to their custom, shaking their shields above their heads, and brandishing their weapons in their right hands.
Hor Book XXI Chapter 28: The crossing of the Rhone (cont.)

Or as the temper of the Gauls is impetuous and ready to undertake wars, so their mind is weak, and by no means resolute in enduring calamities.
Dbg Book III Chapter 19: Sabinus against Viridovix. The battle.

Laboring cattle, in which the Gauls take the greatest pleasure, and which they procure at a great price,
Dbg Book IV Chapter 2: War with the Germans. About the Suevi(Cont.)

Nothing was to be intrusted to them
Dbg Book IV Chapter 5: War with the Germans. Caesar does not trust the Gauls.

For it is the custom of that people to compel travelers to stop, even against their inclination, and inquire what they may have heard, or may know, respecting any matter; and in towns the common people throng around merchants and force them to state from what countries they come, and what affairs they know of there. They often engage in resolutions concerning the most important matters, induced by these reports and stories alone; of which they must necessarily instantly repent, since they yield to mere unauthorized reports; and since most people give to their questions answers framed agreeably to their wishes.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 5: War with the Germans. Caesar does not trust the Gauls.

In Gaul there are factions not only in all the states, and in all the cantons and their divisions, but almost in each family, and of these factions those are the leaders who are considered according to their judgment to possess the greatest influence, upon whose will and determination the management of all affairs and measures depends
Dbg Book VI Chapter 11: The Gauls: their society.

The nation of all the Gauls is extremely devoted to superstitious rites; and on that account they who are troubled with unusually severe diseases, and they who are engaged in battles and dangers, either sacrifice men as victims, or vow that they will sacrifice them, and employ the Druids as the performers of those sacrifices; because they think that unless the life of a man be offered for the life of a man, the mind of the immortal gods can not be rendered propitious, and they have sacrifices of that kind ordained for national purposes.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 16: The Gauls: their rites.

Others have figures of vast size, the limbs of which formed of osiers they fill with living men, which being set on fire, the men perish enveloped in the flames. They consider that the oblation of such as have been taken in theft, or in robbery, or any other offense, is more acceptable to the immortal gods; but when a supply of that class is wanting, they have recourse to the oblation of even the innocent.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 16: The Gauls: their rites.

They worship as their divinity, Mercury in particular, and have many images of him, and regard him as the inventor of all arts, they consider him the guide of their journeys and marches, and believe him to have great influence over the acquisition of gain and mercantile transactions
Dbg Book VI Chapter 17: The Gauls: their Gods.

When they have conquered, they sacrifice whatever captured animals may have survived the conflict, and collect the other things into one place. In many states you may see piles of these things heaped up in their consecrated spots; nor does it often happen that any one, disregarding the sanctity of the case, dares either to secrete in his house things captured, or take away those deposited; and the most severe punishment, with torture, has been established for such a deed.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 17: The Gauls: their Gods.

All the Gauls assert that they are descended from the god Dis, and say that this tradition has been handed down by the Druids. For that reason they compute the divisions of every season, not by the number of days, but of nights; they keep birthdays and the beginnings of months and years in such an order that the day follows the night.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 18: The Gauls: their descend.

They regard it as indecorous for a son of boyish age to stand in public in the presence of his father.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 18: The Gauls: their descend.

Whatever sums of money the husbands have received in the name of dowry from their wives, making an estimate of it, they add the same amount out of their own estates. An account is kept of all this money conjointly, and the profits are laid by: whichever of them shall have survived [the other], to that one the portion of both reverts together with the profits of the previous time.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 19: The Gauls: their marriages.

Husbands have power of life and death over their wives as well as over their children:
Dbg Book VI Chapter 19: The Gauls: their marriages.

Their funerals, considering the state of civilization among the Gauls, are magnificent and costly; and they cast into the fire all things, including living creatures, which they suppose to have been dear to them when alive; and, a little before this period, slaves and dependents, who were ascertained to have been beloved by them, were, after the regular funeral rites were completed, burnt together with them.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 19: The Gauls: their marriages.

And there was formerly a time when the Gauls excelled the Germans in prowess, and waged war on them offensively, and, on account of the great number of their people and the insufficiency of their land, sent colonies over the Rhine.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 24: Previous wars between Gauls and Germans.

Their extreme eagerness for the water and their impatience of the heat weakened the constitutions of the Germans and Gauls, always liable to disease.
His Book II Chapter 93: Revolt of Vespasian. Vitellius' army

The Gauls they urged to fight for freedom, the Batavi for glory, the Germans for plunder.
His Book IV Chapter 78: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis victorious

As a nation they cannot control their passions
Hor Book V Chapter 37: Invasion of the Gauls. The attack.

Those who are coming here in loose and disorderly fashion are a race to whom nature has given bodies and minds distinguished by bulk rather than by resolution and endurance. I
Hor Book V Chapter 44: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus speaks to the people of Ardea

When they are gorged with food and the wine they drink so greedily, they throw themselves down like wild beasts, on the approach of night, in all directions by the streams, without entrenching themselves, or setting any outposts or pickets on guard. And now after their success they are more careless than ever.
Hor Book V Chapter 44: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus speaks to the people of Ardea

As a nation they are by no means inattentive to the claims of religion.
Hor Book V Chapter 46: Invasion of the Gauls. Camillus appointed dictator.


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