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- a region in northern Europe, to the east of the river Rhine
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+ German , Germania , Germanies , Germans
cellus over the Insubres and Germans, in which he carries back the
Gellius defeats and kills Crixus, the leader of the German slaves.
and defeats a detachment of German slaves separated from Spartacus'
ssus annihilates the army of German slaves led by Castus and Cannicus
The German king Ariovistus enters Gaul at the invitation of the Sequa
The German king Ariovistus defeats the Gauls at Magetobriga.
establishes Ariovistus, the king of the Germans, as a Roman ally.
and the Aedui urge Caesar to make war on the German king Ariovistus.
Caesar quells a mutiny in his army, caused by fear of the Germans.
Two German tribes, the Usipetes and Tencteri, cross the Rhine and inv
The Germans agree to withdraw under the terms of a truce with Caesar.
Some of the Germans break the truce; their elders visit Caesar to apo
Caesar attacks the German camp by surprise, and slaughters everyone
The Sugambri, a German tribe, make a surprise attack on the camp
paraphrase, " The Germans in Greek are sadly to seek, Exc
Indian fashion." But the Germans, as Poseidonius relates
Caesar conquered the Cantabri, Germans, and Salassi. 
augur; proclaimed imperator in Germany. CIL_6.40959
rse of the Roman arms in Germany Not though Ocean arouses
menia subdued by his hands and Germany as he went down the
ver He gave the whole of Germany [? or Carmania] to Tripol
the Insubrian Gauls and the Germans, k.Mart. (1st March
Maxima Sequanorum, two Germanies, two Belgicas, two Lugd
sed the Rhine and defeated the Germans. 181.2 .  [no
 Caesar conquered the Germans and Gauls. 182.3
[1998 in Ar.] The Germans began an armed uprising, but
Ar.] Tiberius conquered the Germans and was proclaimed
crossed the Rhine twice. The German conquest again is
while you subdued the Germans and Gauls were preparing
ccessful campaigns against the Germans.  When I becam
fought against Romans, Germans and Scythians, instead
had to do with Celts and Germans and the Hercynian forest
me, too, the Cimbri from Germany, many thousands of wild
3.271] But for you Germania, no right of pardon remains;
bears the standards of Germany and the illustrious fame
ountain summits, and the German world that Romans but late
of me, as conqueror of Germany, a world unknown, who die
ong enough to engage the Germans, who had offered him batt
ing and drinking habits of the Germans. Book 34  [74.K
and his fellow Gauls and Germans wanted to go out to confr
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