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A " diehard " group in the Senate plans to prosecute Caesar, with Pompey's
concurrence. Abortive attempts to curtail Caesar's command. Pompey ttandsfor
strict justice to Caesar, and no more. demanded that he should be handed over
to the ...
537 ff- I The bond between Ariovistus and Rome was probably one of amicitia, in
the non-committal sense of that term (Plutarch, Caesar, ch. xix.). Caesar's motion
on behalf of Ariovistus is not directly mentioned by Caesar, but is implied in Bell.
Like the " Lex lulia Municipalis ", this statute was formally enacted under the
direction of Antony after Caesar's death. 17 For a list of Caesar's colonies and of
the towns enfranchised by him see Ed. Meyer, Caesar's Monarchic, pp. 483 ff.
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