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Caesar Volume III
Loeb Classical Library 402

Alexandrian War. African War. Spanish War

Caesar

Translated by A. G. Way

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HARDCOVER

$28.00 • £19.95 • €25.00

ISBN 9780674994430

Publication Date: 01/01/1955

Loeb

464 pages

4-1/4 x 6-3/8 inches

6 maps on 16-page mock insert, index

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  • General Introduction
  • Bibliographical Addendum (1987)
  • Chronology of the Alexandrian, African, and Spanish Wars
  • The Alexandrian War
    • Introduction
    • Summary of Narrative in Civil Wars, Book III
    • Analysis of the Book
    • Text and Translation
  • The African War
    • Introduction
    • Analysis of the Book
    • Text and Translation
  • The Spanish War
    • Introduction
    • Analysis of the Book
    • Text and Translation
  • Appendices
    • A. The Operations near Uzitta
    • B. Caesar’s Withdrawal from Corduba
    • C. The Behaviour of the Ateguan Envoys on Their Return to the Town
    • D. The Events at Ursao
  • Index of Persons and Places
    • Alexandrian War
    • African War
    • Spanish War
  • General Subject Index
  • Maps
    • 1. Plan of Alexandria
    • 2. Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean
    • 3. Africa
    • 4. Uzitta
    • 5. Thapsus
    • 6. Further Spain (Baetica)

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