Book IV

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  • B.G.4.24.1-3
  • ???
  • B.G.4.24.1-3
  • Hey! Sorry to interrupt. You probably didn't know this, but I'm actually a scholar in early 17th century English literature, and one of my favorite poems from that time, Drayton's "Poly-Olbion," reflects on this exact moment. Although the poem is generally perceived as a celebration of British culture and geography, careful analysis of the tone in several passages reveals a less satisfying message--that British history and culture prior to this invasion, leaving behind few surviving writings, is lost forever (Curran). Bummer, huh?
  • B.G.4.24.3-7
  • Wat the FAC!?!
  • Caesar decides to attempt an invasion on Brittain.
  • B.G.4.24.3-7
  • Roman forces are deployed in the water.
  • B.G.4.25.10-13
  • C'mon whimps!
  • In disarray, the legion does not fare well.
  • B.G.4.25.13-14; B.G.4.26.1-13
  • Odds are against the soldiers, disoriented and carrying heavy baggage.
  • A brave standard-bearer takes the lead.
  • The Britons retreat. The Romans make landfall.
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