By Caesar, A. G. Way
during this quantity are 3 works in regards to the campaigns engaged in through the good Roman statesman Julius Caesar (100–44 BCE), yet now not written via him. The Alexandrian War, which offers with problems in other places additionally, could have been written through Aulus Hirtius (ca. 90–43 BC, pal and army subordinate of Caesar), who's mostly considered as the writer of the final ebook of Caesar's Gallic War. The African War and The Spanish War are unique bills basically through officials who had shared within the campaigns. All 3 works are vital assets of our wisdom of Caesar's career.
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CCCC passuum has spatium esse satis Post hunc ad explicandas navis videbatur. ordinem reliquas navis subsidio Inter quod relinquit, distribuit quae ; quamque earum sequatur et cui subveniat constituit atque imperat. Non dubitanter Alexandrini classem producunt XXII, atque instruunt : in fronte collocant reliquas subsidiarias in secundo ordine consti- Magnum tuunt. praeterea numerum minorum cum malleolis navigioruni et scapharum producunt ignibusque, flamma duas si quid ipsa multitudo et clamor et Erant inter nostris terroris adferre possent.
By encouragement and reasoning Caesar allayed his men's alai-m, declaring that sweet water could be found in wells and trenches, inasmuch as all seashores naturally possessed veins of sweet water. a large whom : 8 19 CAESAR Acgypti natiira atque omnium reliquorum, tamen, quoniam mare libere tenerent, neque hostes classem haberent, prohiberi sese non posse quo minus cotidie navibus aquam peterent vel a sinistra parte a Paratonio vel a dextra ab insula, quae diversae navigationes numquam uno tempore adversis ventis praecluderentur.
18 His pulsis custodia portus relicta navis ad litora et vicum applicarunt seque ex navibus ad tuenda aedificia eiecerunt. Neque vero diutius ea munitione se continere potuerunt, etsi erat non dissimile atque Alexandreae genus aedificiorum, ut minora maioribus conferantur, turresque editae et coniunctae muri locum obtinebant, neque nostri aut scalis aut cratibus aut reliquis According to Ciiil Wars III, ch. 112, Caesar had already and placed a garrison in it but this may have been only the eastern tip, where the lighthouse stood, commanding the entrance to the Great Harbour.