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The Indefatigable Julius Cæsar — Part 2

The Rebellion The outbreak began among the Carnuti (the “horned ones”) when two chieftains led their retinues into the town of Cenabum (present-day Orléans) and massacred Roman tradesmen.  Vercingetorix, a young Arverni nobleman previously favored by Cæsar, followed their example … Continue reading

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