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Ann Book II Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Preparations.
Ann Book II Chapter 8: War with the Germans. The Chatti (cont.)
Dbg Book IV Chapter 10: War with the Germans. The Rhine and the peoples living along it.
His Book I Chapter 59: Revolt of Vitellius. Julius Civilis
His Book I Chapter 64: Revolt of Vitellius. The march through Gaul
His Book IV Chapter 56: The Batavian Uprise. Deceit against deceit
His Book IV Chapter 66: The Batavian Uprise. The Tungri join Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 73: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Cerialis
His Book IV Chapter 78: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis victorious
His Book IV Chapter 79: The Batavian Uprise. Further fights
His Book IV Chapter 85: The Batavian Uprise. Domitian is not going there
His Book V Chapter 15: The Batavian Uprise. Marshes
His Book V Chapter 16: The Batavian Uprise. Preparation for battle
His Book V Chapter 24: The Batavian Uprise. Talks
His Book V Chapter 25: The Batavian Uprise. Deliberations among the Batavi

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Agr Chapter 36: Agricola in Britain. The battle
Ann Book II Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Preparations.
Ann Book II Chapter 11: War with the Germans. The Cherusci.
His Book I Chapter 59: Revolt of Vitellius. Julius Civilis
His Book II Chapter 22: Otho versus Vitellius. Siege of Placentia (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 27: Otho versus Vitellius. The Batavian mutiny
His Book II Chapter 66: Vitellius emperor. The vanquished legions
His Book II Chapter 69: Vitellius emperor. The soldiers are sent back
His Book IV Chapter 14: The Batavian Uprise. Vitellius orders a conscription
His Book IV Chapter 15: The Batavian Uprise. Brinno
His Book IV Chapter 17: Batavian Uprise. Speech of Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 18: The Batavian Uprise. Lupercus
His Book IV Chapter 21: The Batavian Uprise. Castra Vetera does not join Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 22: The Batavian Uprise. Siege of Castra Vetera
His Book IV Chapter 24: The Batavian Uprise. Flaccus collects troops
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 61: The Batavian Uprise. Vileda
His Book IV Chapter 77: The Batavian Uprise. Attack on Trier
His Book V Chapter 18: The Batavian Uprise. Cerialis wins

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Agr Chapter 36: Agricola in Britain. The battle
Ger Chapter 29: Batavians and Mattiacians
His Book II Chapter 28: Otho versus Vitellius. The Batavian mutiny (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 43: Otho versus Vitellius. The battle of Bedriacum (cont.)
His Book II Chapter 66: Vitellius emperor. The vanquished legions
His Book II Chapter 97: Revolt of Vespasian. Vitellius summons the army
His Book IV Chapter 12: The Batavians
His Book IV Chapter 15: The Batavian Uprise. Brinno
His Book IV Chapter 16: The Batavian Uprise. The start
His Book IV Chapter 17: Batavian Uprise. Speech of Civilis
His Book IV Chapter 18: The Batavian Uprise. Lupercus
His Book IV Chapter 19: The Batavian Uprise. Hordeonius
His Book IV Chapter 20: The Batavian Uprise. A fight near Bonna
His Book IV Chapter 23: The Batavian Uprise. Siege of Castra Vetera (cont.)
His Book IV Chapter 25: The Batavian Uprise. Problems with the legions
His Book IV Chapter 28: The Batavian Uprise. The Ubii
His Book IV Chapter 30: The Batavian Uprise. Engines
His Book IV Chapter 32: The Batavian Uprise. Civilis speaks
His Book IV Chapter 33: The Batavian Uprise. Vocula's camp
His Book V Chapter 17: The Batavian Uprise. Speech of Civilis
His Book V Chapter 26: The Batavian Uprise. A conference
Plt Otho Chapter 12: Otho versus Vitellius: the battle of Bedriacum
Stn Caligula, Chapter 43: Military affairs of Caligula

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His Book II Chapter 17: Otho versus Vitellius. To Placentia
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The rear of the auxiliaries, and the Batavi among the number, plunging recklessly into the water and displaying their skill in swimming,
Ann Book II Chapter 8: War with the Germans. The Chatti (cont.)

Of all these nations, the Batavians are the most signal in bravery. They inhabit not much territory upon the Rhine, but possess an island in it. They were formerly part of the Cat tans, and by means of feuds at home removed to these dwellings; whence they might become a portion of the Roman empire.
Ger Chapter 29: Batavians and Mattiacians

There were indeed in the territory of the Lingones eight Batavian cohorts, which formed the auxiliary force of the 14th legion, but which had, among the many dissensions of the time, withdrawn from it; a body of troops which, to whatever side they might incline, would, whether as allies or enemies, throw a vast weight into the scale
His Book I Chapter 59: Revolt of Vitellius. Julius Civilis

They behaved themselves insolently, boasting, as they visited the quarters of the several legions, that they had mastered the men of the 14th, that they had taken Italy from Nero, that the whole destiny of the war lay in their hands
His Book II Chapter 27: Otho versus Vitellius. The Batavian mutiny

Our bravest men
His Book II Chapter 28: Otho versus Vitellius. The Batavian mutiny (cont.)

New reinforcements were supplied by Varus Alfenius with his Batavians. They had routed the band of gladiators, which had been ferried across the river, and which had been cut to pieces by the opposing cohorts while they were actually in the water. Thus flushed with victory, they charged the flank of the enemy.
His Book II Chapter 43: Otho versus Vitellius. The battle of Bedriacum (cont.)

The Batavian cohorts were sent back to Germany, lest they should venture on further violence. Destiny was thus simultaneously preparing the occasions of civil war and of foreign war
His Book II Chapter 69: Vitellius emperor. The soldiers are sent back

The Batavians, while they dwelt on the other side of the Rhine, formed a part of the tribe of the Chatti. Driven out by a domestic revolution, they took possession of an uninhabited district on the extremity of the coast of Gaul, and also of a neighbouring island, surrounded by the ocean in front, and by the river Rhine in the rear and on either side.
His Book IV Chapter 12: The Batavians

They had also at home a select body of cavalry, who practised with special devotion the art of swimming, so that they could stem the stream of the Rhine with their arms and horses, without breaking the order of their squadrons.
His Book IV Chapter 12: The Batavians

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

Batavians, who are the natives of an island of the Rhine, and are esteemed the best of the German horse
Plt Otho Chapter 12: Otho versus Vitellius: the battle of Bedriacum


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The First Cohort of Batavi, part-mounted
The Batavians
The Batavian revolt

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