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.
Paul Getty Museum Los Angeles: These three works end the Caesarean corpus relating Caesar’s civil war.
Paul Getty Museum,pp. One very plausible theory favors Hirtius as the author of De Bello Alexandrino see there for details.
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The Loeb edition introduction offers a bit of commentary and speculation, but the author remains unknown; he is, however, definitely not Julius Caesar. This page was last edited on 29 Septemberat Its author was an eyewitness, certainly not A.
Public users are able to search the site and view the abstracts and keywords for each book and chapter without a subscription. The text is lamentable, but many obscurities may spring from the author’s incapacity to express complexity. Secular Manuscripts October 21, to January 4, fols.
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I’ve moved the map to accompany the text, and added a GoogleMap of the area as it is today.
De Bello Hispaniensi – Wikipedia
The Loeb edition pagination is also indicated by local links in the sourcecode. Access to the complete content on Oxford Classical Dictionary requires a subscription or purchase. Images with borders lead to more information. His closeness to the events produces a clear impression of hispaniejse atrocities of war. Tempera colors, gold leaf, gold paint, and ink on parchment bound between pasteboard covered with parchment.
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Inscribed first flyleaf, upper outer corner, in pencil, ” But due to considerable differences in style, scholarly consensus has ruled out Hirtius or Julius Caesar as the authors of the two last parts. Don’t have an account?
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Any other mistakes, please drop me a line, of course: The language is generally ungrammatical and often unintelligible. Paul Getty Museum; London: It has been suggested  that these were in fact rough drafts prepared at the request of Hirtius by two separate soldiers who fought in the respective campaign; and had he survived, Hirtius would have worked them up into more effective literary form.
The hispaniemse, which some writers refer to, are not marked because the Loeb edition does not indicate them. Sign in to annotate. Publications Pages Publications Pages. Wikisource has original text related to this article: The British Library,pp.