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links of: MeuseAnn Book XI Chapter 20: The Rhine - Meuse canal
Dbg Book IV Chapter 9: War with the Germans. Germans embassadors leave Caesar.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 10: War with the Germans. The Rhine and the peoples living along it.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 12: War with the Germans. Cavalry battle.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 15: War with the Germans. Many Germans killed.
Dbg Book IV Chapter 16: War with the Germans. Caesar wants to cross the Rhine.
Dbg Book V Chapter 24: The army in Gaul.
Dbg Book VI Chapter 33: Revolt of the Gauls. Caesar pursues Ambiorix.
links of: MosaAnn Book II Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Preparations.
His Book IV Chapter 28: The Batavian Uprise. The Ubii
His Book IV Chapter 66: The Batavian Uprise. The Tungri join Civilis
His Book V Chapter 23: The Batavian Uprise. A naval demonstration
For the Rhine after flowing continuously in a single channel or encircling merely insignificant islands, divides itself, so to say, where the Batavian territory begins, into two rivers, retaining its name and the rapidity of its course in the stream which washes Germany, till it mingles with the ocean. On the Gallic bank, its flow is broader and gentler; it is called by an altered name, the Vahal, by the inhabitants of its shore. Soon that name too is changed for the Mosa river, through whose vast mouth it empties itself into the same ocean.
Ann Book II Chapter 6: War with the Germans. Preparations.