History of Julius Caesar. Volume 1

Napoleon III

Series: Political Leaders and Their Assessment
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The aim of the History of Julius Caesar is to prove that, when Providence raises up such men as Cæsar, Charlemagne, and Napoleon, it is to trace out to peoples the path they ought to follow; to stamp with the seal of their genius a new era; and to accomplish in a few years the labour of many centuries. Happy the peoples who comprehend and follow them! Woe to those who misunderstand and combat them!
(Imprint: SNOVA)

Preface
PART I. ROMAN HISTORY BEFORE CÆSAR
CHAPTER I. ROME UNDER THE KINGS.
CHAPTER II. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE CONSULAR REPUBLIC (244-416).
CHAPTER III. CONQUEST OF ITALY (416-488).
CHAPTER IV. PROSPERITY OF THE BASIN OF THE MEDITERRANEAN BEFORE THE PUNIC WARS.
CHAPTER V. PUNIC WARS AND WARS OF MACEDONIA AND ASIA (488-621).
CHAPTER VI. THE GRACCHI, MARIUS, AND SYLLA (621-676).

PART II. HISTORY OF JULIUS CÆSAR
CHAPTER I. 654-684
CHAPTER II. 684-691
CHAPTER III. 691-695
CHAPTER IV. 693-695
CHAPTER V. CONSULSHIP OF CÆSAR AND BIBULUS (695).

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