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Section 4: Patterns of Caesars


In 54 BC, during his time as Proconsul, Julius Caesar decided to invade Britain. Despite lack of intelligence, Caesar went ahead with the invasion. In his battles with the native Britons, Caesar narrowly avoided defeat, and had to return to the continent with nothing material to show for it. However, Caesar's first campaign gave him vital information on the Britons, furthered his political career, and prepared him for his second invasion

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Isaac Copeland is a junior History Major from Austin Texas. He is a member of the Honors College and Phi Alpha Theta. After graduating Harding, he plans to continue his education and become a History Professor.

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