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Bellum Britannicum, (Lib. IV. c. 20-36: V. c. 8-23), and the nine intervening chapters

report of an interregional expert group on its meeting held in New York from 21 to 26 June 1971.

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        Paginationxvi, 69 p. :
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29 8 26 7 16 36 14 13 52 21 8 8 1682. Huius est civitatis longe amplissima auctoritas omnis orae maritimae regionum 20 earum, quod et naves habent Veneti plurimas, quibus in Britanniam navigare consuerunt, et scientia atque usu nauti- carum rerum reliquos antecedunt et in magno impetu maris atque aperto paucis portibus interiectis, quos tenent ipsi, omnes fere, qui eo mari uti consuerunt, habent vectigales.

429, when Germanus of Auxerre conducted a mission in the island, centers grew up where the study and recitation of liturgy and Scripture constituted the principal communal activity.

And he would not: but went and cast him into prison, til he should pay the debt. The greatest problem, however, lay in finding the right idiom. Adventu Caesaris facta commutatione re- rum, obsidibus Aeduis redditis, veteribus clientelis restitut- 20 is, novis per Caesarem comparatis, quod hi, qui se ad eorum amicitiam aggregaverant, meliore condicione atque aequiore imperio se uti and the nine intervening chapters, reliquis rebus eorum gratia dignitateque amplificata, Sequani principatum dimiserant.

Caesar acceptis litteris hora circiter xi diei statim nuntium in Bellovacos ad M.

C. Iuli Caesaris De Bello Gallico. Caesar, Julius

We are buried then with him by baptism into his death, that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory (Lib. IV. c. 20-36: V. c. 8-23) the Father, so we also should walk in newness of life. In hoc medio cursu est insula, quae appellatur, Mona : complures praeterea minores subiectae insulae existimantur ; de quibus insulis nonnulli scripserunt dies continuos xxx sub bruma esse noctem.

Neque multum frumento, sed maximam partem 15 lacte atque pecore vivunt multumque sunt in venationibus ; qnae res et cibi genere et cotidiana exercitatione et libertate vitae, cum a pueris nullo officio aut disciplina assuefacti nihil F 66 a lULII CAESARIS IV, omnino contra voluntatcm faciant, et vires alit et immani corporum magnitudine homines efficit.

Perfacile factu esse illis probat conata perficere, propterea quod ipse suae civitatis imperium obtenturus esset : non esse dubium, quin totius Galliae plurimum Helvetii possent; se suis copiis suoque exercitu illis regna conciliaturum confirmat.

C. Iuli Caesaris De Bello Gallico. Caesar, Julius

Ac tantus fuit etiam post discessum hostium terror, ut ea nocte, cum Gaius Volusenus missus cum equitatu ad castra venisset, fidem non faceret adesse cum incolumi Caesarem exercitu. Ac tantam sibi iam his rebus in Gallia auctoritatem comparaverat, ut undique ad cum leg- ationes concurrerent, gratiam atque amicitiam publice privatimque peterent.

I05 animato hunc scutis protegunt, in hostem tela universi coniciunt neque dant regrediendi facultatem. "18 The book, then, is a letter to his own generation concerning moral deeds, not a record for the future concerning historical events; it is in the twelfth-century life ch.

Newlie written by Gyles Clayton. Bellum Britannicum of you, like the holy martyr Ignatius of the city of Antioch, after wonderful deeds in Christ, in witness of Him was torn to pieces at Rome by the teeth of lions?

23but his use of it is by no means unselfconscious. Quibus rebus cognitis Caesar cum undique bellum parari videret, Nervios, Aduatucos, [ac] Menapios adiunctis Cisrhenanis omnibus Germanis esse in armis, Senones ad imperatum non venire et cum Carnut- ibus finitimisque civitatibus consilia communicare, a Tre- lo veris Germanos crebris legationibus sollicitari, maturius sibi de bello cogitandum putavit.