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  • The Deeds of the Divine Augustus
  • Cath.Encycl.: Augustus
  • Cath.Encycl.: Druidism
  • Cath.Encycl.: Jerusalem (Before A.D. 71)
  • Colombia Encyclopedia: Julius Caesar
  • Encycl. of Emperors: Augustus
  • Encycl. of Emperors: Romulus Augustulus
  • Chapter 28: The Germans in general
  • Chapter 37: The Cimbrians
  • Structuring Roman History: the Consular Year and t
  • History of Egypt
  • History of Frisia
  • History of Britain
  • History of the city of Rhodesa
  • History of Wales
  • Boise State Univ.: Assessment
  • Boise State Univ.: Emperor Claudius: his Reign
  • Boise State Univ.: The Initial Contest
  • Boise State Univ.: Significance of Sulla
  • Boise State Univ.: Pompey
  • Boise State Univ.: G. Julius Caesar
  • Boise State Univ.: Caesar in Gaul
  • Boise State Univ.: The First Triumvirate
  • Boise State Univ.: Crisis
  • Boise State Univ.: Civil War
  • Boise State Univ.: Pharsalus, and Egypt
  • Boise State Univ.: Conquests and Triumphs
  • Boise State Univ.: Reforms
  • Boise State Univ.: Conspiracy
  • Boise State Univ.: The Ides of March
  • Boise State Univ.: The Tyrant is Dead
  • Boise State Univ.: Antony Moves to the Fore.
  • Boise State Univ.: Octavian
  • Boise State Univ.: Civil War ... Again
  • Judea: Herod the Great
  • Judea: Herodes
  • Judea: De Eerste Joodse Oorlog
  • Judea: Paul
  • Judea: Paulus
  • Judea: Governors: Pilate
  • Judea: Stadhouders: Pilatus.
  • Judea: The First Jewish War
  • Judea: De wijzen uit het Oosten
  • Judea: The Wise men form the East
  • Egypte van 332 v. Chr. tot 639 na Chr.
  • Egypt from 332 BC to 639 AD
  • Egypt from 332 BC to 639 AD
  • Gutenberg - Latin
  • M.I.T. catalog
  • Perseus table of contents
  • Catalog Indiana University Library
  • Julius Caesar
  • Lists: Genealogy of the Julian/Cladian family
  • Lists: Clemens canonical list of Romans
  • Lists: Consuls from -300
  • Lists: Emperors
  • Lists: Kings, Consuls, Emperors
  • Ovid XV Chapter 16: 745-842 The deification of Julius Caesar
  • Ovid XV Chapter 17: 843-870 Ovid's celebration of Augustus
  • List of coins
  • List of images
  • Philosophy: Cicero
  • Antony Chapter 5: Ally of Caesar in the Senate
  • Antony Chapter 6: Caesar occupies Italy
  • Antony Chapter 7: Antony crosses the Adriatic sea
  • Antony Chapter 8: Pharsalia
  • Antony Chapter 9: In Rome
  • Antony Chapter 10: Fulvia
  • Antony Chapter 11: Caesar and Antony
  • Antony Chapter 12: Caesar for king?
  • Antony Chapter 13: Preliminaries for the murder
  • Antony Chapter 14: Caesar murdered; funeral oration of Antony
  • Antony Chapter 15: Antony rules Rome
  • Antony Chapter 16: Octavianus arrives in Rome
  • Antony Chapter 18: Antony and Lepidus
  • Antony Chapter 25: Cleopatra
  • Antony Chapter 33: Ventidius defeats Partian armies
  • Antony Chapter 54: Octavia returns to Rome; Cleopatra crowned queen.
  • Antony Chapter 62: Preliminaries to the battle of Actium
  • Antony Chapter 71: His allies leave Antony; Cleopatra studies poisons
  • Aemilius Chapter 37: Censor
  • Caesar Chapter 1: Caesar and Sulla, Nicomedes and the pirates
  • Caesar Chapter 2: Caesar and the pirates
  • Caesar Chapter 3: Caesar studies on Rhodes
  • Caesar Chapter 4: Caesar as a lawyer
  • Caesar Chapter 6: Political development
  • Caesar Chapter 7: High Priest, the conspiracy of Catiline
  • Caesar Chapter 8: The conspiracy of Catiline
  • Caesar Chapter 9: The Bona festival
  • Caesar Chapter 10: Clodius and Pompeia
  • Caesar Chapter 11: Caesar in Spain. Caesar and Alexander the Great
  • Caesar Chapter 12: Caesar in Spain
  • Caesar Chapter 13: Caesar runs for consul
  • Caesar Chapter 14: Caesar consul. Marriages
  • Caesar Chapter 15: Caesar as a general
  • Caesar Chapter 16: The loyalty of his soldiers
  • Caesar Chapter 17: Caesar as a soldier
  • Caesar Chapter 18: The Helvetians
  • Caesar Chapter 19: Caesar against Ariovistus
  • Caesar Chapter 20: War with the Belgae
  • Caesar Chapter 21: The winter of 57/56 BC
  • Caesar Chapter 22: Caesar's war with the Germans
  • Caesar Chapter 23: Caesar's war with the Germans and in Britain
  • Caesar Chapter 24: Revolt of the Gauls
  • Caesar Chapter 25: Caesar and Vercingetorix; introduction
  • Caesar Chapter 26: Caesar and Vercingetorix; (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 27: Caesar and Vercingetorix; siege of Alesia
  • Caesar Chapter 28: Politics in Rome
  • Caesar Chapter 29: Politics in Rome (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 30: Politics in Rome (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 31: Politics in Rome (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 32: Julius Caesar crosses the Rubicon
  • Caesar Chapter 33: Civil war: the start
  • Caesar Chapter 34: Civil war: the start (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 35: Civil war: Pompey flees
  • Caesar Chapter 36: Civil war; battle of Ilerda
  • Caesar Chapter 37: Civil war; battle of Dyrrhachium
  • Caesar Chapter 38: Civil war; battle of Dyrrhachium (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 39: Civil war; battle of Dyrrhachium (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 40: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus
  • Caesar Chapter 41: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 42: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 43: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 44: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 45: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 46: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 47: Civil war; Battle of Pharsalus, prodigies
  • Caesar Chapter 48: Julius Caesar in Egypt
  • Caesar Chapter 49: Julius Caesar in Egypt; siege of Alexandria
  • Caesar Chapter 50: War against Pharnaces. Battle of Zela
  • Caesar Chapter 51: Caesar at Rome
  • Caesar Chapter 53: Civil war; Battle of Thapsus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 54: Civil war; Battle of Thapsus (cont.)
  • Caesar Chapter 55: Caesar in Rome
  • Caesar Chapter 56: Civil war; Battle of Munda
  • Caesar Chapter 57: The clemency of Caesar
  • Caesar Chapter 58: Plans of Caesar
  • Caesar Chapter 59: Caesar reforms the calender
  • Caesar Chapter 60: Did Caesar want to become king?
  • Caesar Chapter 61: Did Caesar want to become king? The Lupercalia
  • Caesar Chapter 62: Caesar murdered; preliminaries
  • Caesar Chapter 63: Caesar murdered, prodigies
  • Caesar Chapter 64: Caesar pressed to visit the Senate
  • Caesar Chapter 65: Artemidorus discovers the conspiracy
  • Caesar Chapter 66: Caesar murdered
  • Caesar Chapter 67: Caesar murdered; no reaction of the senate
  • Caesar Chapter 68: Riots following the opening of Caesar's will
  • Caesar Chapter 69: Fate of his murderers
  • Lucullus Chapter 42: Philosophy and politics
  • Numa, chapter 19: Calendar reforms by Numa (cont.)
  • Otho Chapter 9: Otho versus Vitellius; comment
  • Otho Chapter 13: Otho versus Vitellius; the generals confer
  • Pompey Chapter 10: Pompey on Sicily
  • Pompey Chapter 16: Pompey and Lepidus
  • Pompey Chapter 25: Pompey against the pirates
  • Pompey Chapter 46: Further problems in the senate
  • Pompey Chapter 47: Ally of Caesar
  • Pompey Chapter 48: Caesar goes to Gaul
  • Pompey Chapter 49: Problems with Clodius
  • Pompey Chapter 51: Manipulations of Caesar
  • Pompey Chapter 52: The triumvirate
  • Pompey Chapter 53: The end of the triumvirate
  • Pompey Chapter 54: Pompey sole consul
  • Pompey Chapter 56: Pompey and Caesar
  • Pompey Chapter 57: Pompey's vanity
  • Pompey Chapter 58: Preliminaries to the civil war
  • Pompey Chapter 59: No reconciliation
  • Pompey Chapter 60: Civil war: Caesar crosses the Rubicon
  • Pompey Chapter 61: Civil war: Pompey leaves Rome
  • Pompey Chapter 62: Civil war: Popey goes to Dyrrhachium
  • Pompey Chapter 63: Civil war: about going to Dyrrhachium.
  • Pompey Chapter 64: Civil war: Pompey's army
  • Pompey Chapter 65: Civil war: battle of Dyrrhachium
  • Pompey Chapter 66: Civil war: should Caesar be pursued?
  • Pompey Chapter 67: Civil war: Pompey pursues Caesar
  • Pompey Chapter 68: Civil war: preparations for battle
  • Pompey Chapter 69: Civil war: preparations for battle(cont.)
  • Pompey Chapter 70: Civil war: the absurdity of a civil war.
  • Pompey Chapter 71: Civil war: the battle of Pharsalus
  • Pompey Chapter 72: Civil war: Pompey defeated
  • Pompey Chapter 73: Civil war: Peticus takes Pompey on board
  • Pompey Chapter 74: Civil war: Pompey meets Cornelia in Mitylene
  • Pompey Chapter 75: Civil war: Pompey meets Cratippus
  • Pompey Chapter 76: Civil war: it is decided to go to Egypt
  • Pompey Chapter 77: Civil war: Ptolemy decides on murder
  • Pompey Chapter 80: Civil war: Caesar does not enjoy the murder
  • Romulus, chapter 19: First war of Rome with the Sabines. Tarpeia.
  • Unorth.views: Jesus - The early days.
  • Unorth.views: The Messianic elite. The Maccabee Rebellion
  • Unorth.views: Egyptian and Pagan themes in Christian Tradition.
  • Wikipedia: Julius Caesar