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Map: South-Eastern Britain by Stanford's Geographical Est.

Map of the Britain and the English Channel, which Caesar crossed twice (Caesar's Gallic War 5.8). From T. Rice Holmes, Commentary Rerum in Gallia Gestarum (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1914), p. 151.

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Map: Defeat of the Helvetii by Stanford's Geographical Est.

Map of the battlefield against the Helvetii (Caesar's Gallic War 1.23-26). From T. Rice Holmes, Commentary Rerum in Gallia Gestarum (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1914), p. 25. 

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Map: Investment of Alesia by A.L. Hodges

Map of the siege works at Alesia, the site of the final battle between Caesar and Vercingetorix (Caesar's Gallic War 7.69-70). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 240.

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Map: Expedition of Labienus by A.L. Hodges

Map of Labienus' journey to Lutetia (Caesar's Gallic War 7.57). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 234.

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Map: Plan of Avaricum by A.L. Hodges

Map of Avaricum, where a battle took place between Caesar and Vercingetorix (Caesar's Gallic War 7.13). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 207.

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Map: Campaign of 52 BC by A.L. Hodges

Map of the arena of the campaign of 52 BC against Vercingetorix and his Gallic alliance (Caesar's Gallic War Book 7). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 203.

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Map: Britain According to Caesar's Description by A.L. Hodges

Map of Britain according Caesar's description after both expeditions (Caesar's Gallic War 5.12-13). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 152.

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Map: Campaign of 54 BC by A.L. Hodges

Map of the second expedition to Britain and the campaign against Ambiorix (Caesar's Gallic War Book 5). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 145.

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Map: Caesar's Intrenchments along the Rhone by A.L. Hodges

Map of the defenses Caesar established along the Rhone river to stop the Helvetian migration (Caesar's Gallic War 1.8). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 59.

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Map: Campaign of 58 BC by A.L. Hodges

Map of the events of 58 BC, during which Caesar stopped the Helvetian migration and put down Ariovistus and the Germans (Caaesar's Gallic War Book 1). From A.L. Hodges, Caesar: The Gallic War (New York: The Macmillan Company, 1910), p. 55.

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