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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[Caesar]: The Spanish War
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The Loeb Editor’s Introduction. Kren, Thomas, and Kurt Barstow. But due to considerable differences in style, scholarly consensus has ruled out Hirtius or Julius Caesar as the authors of the two last parts. Regarding Hispsniense Bello Hispaniensi T. The copyists performed their tasks so ill that in the hisppaniense paragraphs there are twenty-one gaps and six hundred corrupt passages, which Mommsen and lesser men have striven with an industry worthy of a better cause to restore.
Sign in via your Institution. These three works end the Caesarean corpus relating Caesar’s civil war. Qui scribit, bis legit.
Sign in with your library card. Wikisource has original text related to this article: Italian Manuscript Illumination from the J. Paul Getty Museum September 25, to January 2, fols. This image is available for download, without charge, under the Getty’s Open Content Program. The Loeb edition pagination is also indicated by local links in the sourcecode. The language is generally ungrammatical and often unintelligible.
Paul Getty Museum Los Angeles: The text is lamentable, but many obscurities may spring from the author’s incapacity to express complexity.
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Paul Getty Museum,pp. Paul Getty Museum Journal 12pp. The Loeb edition introduction offers a bit of hislaniense and speculation, but the author remains unknown; he is, however, definitely not Julius Caesar.
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