Julius Caesar

Julius Caesar (100-44 BCE)

“Let Pompey go to his own province; let them both disband their armies; let all persons in Italy lay down their arms; let all fears be removed from the city; let free elections, and the whole republic be resigned to the direction of the senate and Roman people.”

  • From Julius Caesar’s War Commentaries (Civil War, 1.9) by Gaius Julius Caesar and Aulus Hirtius, translated by W. A. McDevitte and W. S. Bohn, 2014.


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