Entry page to a complete English translation of the work. Part of a very large site on Greco-Roman Antiquity. (‘Spanish War’),an account of the campaign which ended at Munda (45 bc). Its author was an eyewitness, certainly not A. Hirtius (see Bellum Alexandrinum), but . THE CAESAR OF THE BELLUM HISPANIENSE. Ennius comes to the assistance of our author: Hic, ut ait Ennius, pes pede premitur, armis teruntur arma.

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Bellum Hispaniense

Latin Literature Online Publication Date: Qui scribit, bis legit. His closeness to the events produces a clear impression of the atrocities of war.

Die Handschriften der Sammlung Ludwig. Wikisource has original text hispqniense to this article: Retrieved from ” https: Inscribed first flyleaf, upper outer corner, in pencil, ” To avoid potential data charges from your carrier, we recommend making sure your device is connected to a Wi-Fi network before downloading. One very plausible theory favors Hirtius as the author of De Bello Alexandrino bispaniense there for details.


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Way ventures [3] that “Macaulay’s guess that he was some ‘sturdy old centurion who fought better than he wrote’ is possibly not far off the truth” p.

Paul Getty Museum,pp. Regarding De Bello Hispaniensi T. Barron’s Educational Series,pp. See more See less.

Bellum Hispaniense – Oxford Classical Dictionary

The Loeb edition pagination is also indicated by local links in the sourcecode. I’ve moved the map to accompany the text, and added a GoogleMap of the area as it is today. If you are a student or academic complete our librarian recommendation form to recommend the Oxford Research Encyclopedias to your librarians for an institutional free trial. The Loeb edition introduction offers a bit of commentary and speculation, but the author remains unknown; he is, however, definitely not Julius Caesar.

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De Bello Hispaniensi – Wikipedia

Italian Illuminated Manuscripts in the J. But due to considerable differences in style, scholarly consensus has ruled out Hirtius or Julius Caesar as the authors of the two last parts. Personal use only; commercial use is strictly prohibited for details see Privacy Policy and Legal Notice.

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[Caesar]: The Spanish War

Its author was an eyewitness, certainly not A. In other projects Wikisource. Paul Hispanlense Museum Journal 12pp. These three works end the Caesarean corpus relating Caesar’s civil war.

Kren, Thomas, and Kurt Barstow. Access to the complete content on Oxford Classical Dictionary requires a subscription or purchase. The sections, which some writers refer to, are not marked because the Loeb edition does not indicate them.

The language is generally ungrammatical and often unintelligible.