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The second part of Appian of Alexandria wherin be contained so manie of the Romanes expeditions against forraine nations as haue bene defended from the spoyle of war or the decay of time and bin brought into light and come to our handes. That is to say: 1 Against Mithridates King of Pontus, with his miserable end. 2 Againste the Hiberians, nowe called Spaniardes, and among many notable things, the pitiful overthrow of the citie of Numantia. 3 Againste the Carthagies, with the lamentable destruction of that citie. 4 Againste Antiochus the Great, who after manye losses, made a dishonorable peace. 5 Againste the Parthians, where Crassus was slaine, and Antonie foyled. 6 Againste the Illyrians, of whose conquest Octavius Caesar glorieth. 7 A fragment of the war with the Frenche, with whom Iuliu Caesar fought tenne yeares togither, and triumphed of them. /
by Appianus, of Alexandria.Get full text
by Sallust, 86-34 B.C.Get full text
by Suetonius, ca. 69-ca. 122.Get full text