Caesar on the Gauls // Roman Primary Source (58 - 49 BC)
Published on Aug 9, 2021
Here we have Julius Caesar's views on the peoples he crushed in his campaigns to the west through which he made his name - the Gauls. Foreign and backwards to Caesar, modern archaeological evidence has shown that they were actually a city building culture far more advanced than he gave them credit for.
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