The Gallic Wars (Paperback)
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Short Description for The Gallic Wars The Gallic Wars is an iconic military history written by Caesar and includes the eighth book by Aulus Hirtius. This edition includes seven appendices providing additional background of the armies, nations, and places involved in the war. It is complemented by twenty maps and illustrations. The limited edition version is part of a 300 copy print run and contains full color
- Published: 02 December 2012
- Format: Paperback 458 pages
- ISBN 13: 9780615723280 ISBN 10: 0615723284
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The most powerful army of the most powerful nation of the time is engaged in a long-running war against a less sophisticated enemy who continue to ambush them in their bases. The stories of Caesar's wars in Gaul are a story of power, influence and redemption. Written over 2,000 years they provide a small window on the ancient world and warfare. This edition of the Gallic Wars is annotated and illustrated edition of Caesar's history of the conquest of Gaul and Britain. Based on Edward Books translation of Caesar, but edited to make the language cleaner, crisper and easy to follow. The annotations, appendixes and illustrations will bring the focus of this work back onto what it originally was - a military history of Caesar's campaign at the edge of the Republic that was Rome.