www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/book... . Hirtius wrote the Belluni Alexan-drinum: the Bella»> Africa/nwm is attributedby some to Asinius Pollio, but without any strongreason. The lost works of Caesar are :—1. Anti-cato, in reply to Ciceros Cato, which Cicerowrote in praise of Cato after the death of thelatter in 46. 2. De Analogia, or, as Cicero ex-plains it, De Iiatione Latine loquendi, dedi-cated to Cicero, contained investigations on theLatin language, and was written by Caesarwhile he was crossing the Alps. 3. Libri Au-8picioru?n, or Auguralia. 4. De Astris. 5. Apo

www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/book... . Hirtius wrote the Belluni Alexan-drinum: the Bella»> Africa/nwm is attributedby some to Asinius Pollio, but without any strongreason. The lost works of Caesar are :—1. Anti-cato, in reply to Ciceros Cato, which Cicerowrote in praise of Cato after the death of thelatter in 46. 2. De Analogia, or, as Cicero ex-plains it, De Iiatione Latine loquendi, dedi-cated to Cicero, contained investigations on theLatin language, and was written by Caesarwhile he was crossing the Alps. 3. Libri Au-8picioru?n, or Auguralia. 4. De Astris. 5. Apo Stock Photo
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www.flickr.com/photos/internetarchivebookimages/tags/book... . Hirtius wrote the Belluni Alexan-drinum: the Bella»> Africa/nwm is attributedby some to Asinius Pollio, but without any strongreason. The lost works of Caesar are :—1. Anti-cato, in reply to Ciceros Cato, which Cicerowrote in praise of Cato after the death of thelatter in 46. 2. De Analogia, or, as Cicero ex-plains it, De Iiatione Latine loquendi, dedi-cated to Cicero, contained investigations on theLatin language, and was written by Caesarwhile he was crossing the Alps. 3. Libri Au-8picioru?n, or Auguralia. 4. De Astris. 5. Apo-phthegmata, or Dicta collectanea, a collec-tion of good sayings. 0. Poemata. Two ofthese written in his youth, Laudes Herculisand a tragedy Oedipus, were suppressed byAugustus. Among the numerous editions ofCaesars Commentaries may be noticed those byNipperdey, Leipz. 1872; Diibner, Paris, 1807;Long, 1868 ; Kramer, 1877. C. Caesar and L. Caesar, the sons of 51. Vip-sanius Agrippa and Julia, and the grandsons ofAugustus. L. Caesar died at Massilia, on his. C. Caesar and L. Caesar, grandsons of Augustas. way to Spain, a.d. 2, and C. Caesar in Lycia, A.D. 4, of a wound which he had received inArmenia. Caesaraugusta IZaragoza or Saragoxsa), more anciently Salduba, a town of the Edetanion the Iberus in Hispania Tarraconensis, wascolonised by Augustus, B.C. 27. and was tin- si-atof a Conventus Juridicus, and a centre throughwhich most of the great roads of Spain passed.It was the birthplace of the poet Prudentius. Caesarea (Kanrapeia: Koiirapevs: Caesarien-sia), a name given to several cities of the Romanempire in honour of one or other of the Caesars.—1. C. ad Argaeum, formerly Mazaca, alsoEusebia i K. t) irphs t. 18), itreceived the name of Cncsiiri

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