Alesia   - in ancient sources @

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  Alesia   - a hill-fort in central Gaul, where Vercingetorix was besieged by Caesar
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52/55 Vercingetorix retreats to Alesia, where Caesar begins to besiege him.
52/58 The Gauls assemble a huge army, to go to the relief of Alesia.
52/59 women and children to leave Alesia, but the Romans refuse to receive
52/60 Gallic relief army reaches Alesia, but two attempts to attack the
52/61 and the Gauls besieged in Alesia make a co-ordinated attack on the
    Within translations:
Oros_6.11   were taking place at Alesia, Vercingetorix, who had been
Polyaen_8.23.11   When Caesar lay before Alesia, the Gauls advanced agains

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