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Caesar Against the Celts
Ramon L. Jimenez (au)
Never has a nation epitomized raw power more vividly than did Rome in the century before Christ. When Julius Caesar led his legions on a 9-year war of conquest to the north, he changed the course of European history and delayed the invasions from the east for 500 years. This volume takes the reader on each of Caesar’s campaigns in ancient France, Britain and Germany, describing his battles on land & sea, including the invasions of England, the bridge across the Rhine, and sieges of numerous Celtic strongholds. Includes descriptions of the clothing, armor, weapons and tactics of Caesar’s devastating legionary army, as well as those of the Celtic tribes that covered Western Europe. Maps and illustrations.
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