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  • extend over the border into north-eastern Italy. They were named after Julius Caesar. They offer a wonderful alpine flair, that would have you swear you
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  • north-eastern corner of Italy. Traditional histories say that it was founded by Julius Caesar, who gave the town its first recorded name: Forum Iulii (which has now
    2 KB (213 words) - 15:39, 5 September 2015
  • Empire from 402 until its collapse in 476. Famous as the location where Julius Caesar gathered his forces before crossing the Rubicon, in 49 BC, and also
    138 KB (16,274 words) - 15:30, 22 February 2016
  • dominated the area south of the Rhine in Roman times, and was described by Julius Caesar and Tacitus as they sought to conquer the German tribes that inhabited
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  • when it came under Roman rule in 228 BC. During the civil war between Julius Caesar and Pompey lined up in favor of the first and was besieged by Octavius
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  • many box-wood trees as well. Don't forget to visit Caesar's Pass, a place named after Julius Caesar who passed in this area while in pursuit of Pompey
    12 KB (1,847 words) - 04:21, 28 February 2016
  • Palackého). Legend claims that the city was founded by Julius Caesar. It's unlikely that Caesar actually visited in person, but it is known that the city
    44 KB (6,187 words) - 02:34, 15 April 2016
  • (Tempio di Saturno) the Temple of Julius Caesar (Tempio di Giulio Cesare) - finished in 29 BC, marks the spot of Caesar's spontaneous cremation and Mark
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  • was initiated and largely funded by one Gaius Julius Zoilus, a local who was a slave of Gaius Julius Caesar, set free by Octavian. When Zoilus returned
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  • bronze ball on top of the obelisk was believed to contain the ashes of Julius Caesar. When it was relocated it was opened and found to be empty. The present
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  • the ancient Via Egnatia. This is where a battle between Pompey and Julius Caesar is said to have taken place.  41.783319.6333  Lezhe (Lezha, Lezhë)
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  • Vercingetorix triumphed temporarily over the Romans led ultimately by Julius Caesar. After the Roman conquest, the city was renamed Augustonemetum, a name
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  • Julius Caesar welcomes visitors to the Roman museum
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  • Alexandria Troas so rich, powerful, and well-known that the Roman emperor Julius Caesar (r. 49-44 BCE) is said to have considered proclaiming here his new capital
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  • famous standing stones in Lewis and Orkney. The Romans, fronted by Julius Caesar in 55 BC, made initial incursions but finally invaded Britain in 43AD
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  • Himara with great beaches and amazing nature. This is the place where Julius Caesar rested his legion at the pursuit of Pompey. There are no touristic resorts
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  • here some 2000 years ago. It is thought to have been destroyed when Julius Caesar destroyed the whole Eburon people. Around 360 the bishop of Maastricht
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  • take out, or line up. $17-20 per pizza.  51.049717-114.072325  Caesar's (Julius Caesar's Steakhouse and Lounge), 512 4 Ave SW, ☎ +1 403-264-1222. Lunch:
    157 KB (20,086 words) - 18:22, 22 April 2016