History of Julius Caesar. Volume 2

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!
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Preface
BOOK III.THE WARS IN GAUL, AFTER THE “COMMENTARIES.”
CHAPTER I. POLITICAL CAUSES OF THE GALLIC WAR.
CHAPTER II. STATE OF GAUL IN THE TIME OF CÆSAR.
CHAPTER III. CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE HELVETII. (Year of Rome 696.) (Book I. of the “Commentaries.”)
CHAPTER IV. CAMPAIGN AGAINST ARIOVISTUS. (Year of Rome 696.) (Book I. of the “Commentaries.”)
CHAPTER V. WAR AGAINST THE BELGÆ (Year of Rome 697.) (Book II. of the “Commentaries.”)
CHAPTER VI. WAR OF THE VENETII—VICTORY OVER THE UNELLI—SUBMISSION OF AQUITAINE—MARCH AGAINST THE MORINI AND THE MENAPII. (Year of Rome 698.) (Book III. of the “Commentaries.”)
CHAPTER VII. INCURSIONS OF THE USIPETES AND THE TENCTERI—FIRST PASSAGE OF THE RHINE—FIRST DESCENT IN BRITAIN—CHASTISEMENT OF THE MORINI ANDTHE MENAPII. (Year of Rome 699.) (Book IV.
CHAPTER VIII. MARCH AGAINST THE TREVIRI—SECOND DESCENT IN BRITAIN. (Year of Rome 700.) (Book V. of the “Commentaries.”)
CHAPTER IX. CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE NERVII AND THE TREVIRI—SECOND PASSAGE OF THE RHINE—WAR AGAINST AMBIORIX AND THE EBURONES. (Year of Rome 701.) (Book VI. of the “Commentaries.”)
CHAPTER X. REVOLT OF GAUL—CAPTURE OF VELLAUNODUNUM, GENABUM, AND NOVIODUNUM—SIEGES OF AVARICUM AND GERGOVIA—CAMPAIGN OF LABIENUS AGAINST THE PARISII—SIEGE OF ALESIA. (Year of Rome 702.) (Book VII. of the “Commentaries.”)
CHAPTER XI. (Year of Rome 703.) (Book VIII. of the “Commentaries.”)

BOOK IV. RECAPITULATION OF THE WAR IN GAUL, AND RELATION OF EVENTS AT ROME FROM 696 TO 705.
CHAPTER I. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 696.
CHAPTER II. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 697.
CHAPTER III. EVENTS IN ROME DURING THE YEAR 698.
CHAPTER IV. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 699.
CHAPTER V. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 700.
CHAPTER VI. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 701.
CHAPTER VII. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 702.
CHAPTER VIII. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 703.
CHAPTER IX. EVENTS OF THE YEAR 704.
CHAPTER X. EVENTS OF THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE YEAR 705.
APPENDICES.
APPENDIX A. Concordance of Dates of the Ancient Roman Calendar with the Julian Style, for the Years of Rome 691-709
APPENDIX B. Concordance of Roman and Modern Hours, for the Year of Rome 699 (55 B. C.) and for the Latitude of Paris
APPENDIX C. LIST OF ANCIENT COINS FOUND IN THE EXCAVATIONS AT ALISE.
APPENDIX D. NOTICE ON CÆSAR’S LIEUTENANTS.
Index

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