Caesar's Civil War 49-44 BC

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Routledge, Dec 4, 2013 - History - 96 pages
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Contents

Background to war The First Triumvirate
1
Warring sides Legion against legion
6
Outbreak Crossing the Rubicon
12
The fighting Civil War
16
Portrait of a soldier Caesars centurions
45
The world around war A Mediterranean war
50
Portrait of a civilian Cicero and the Civil War
54
How the war ended The Ides of March
57
Conclusion and consequences Civil wars and the end of the Republic
62
Glossary
69
Further reading
70
Index
71
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Historian Adrian Goldsworthy is the author of numerous books, including "Roman Warfare", "The Punic Wars", "The Fall of Carthage"), "Cannae", and "In the Name of Rome". He is a visiting fellow at the University of Newcastle and can be seen presenting TV documentaries and giving lectures. Adrian lives in South Wales.

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