om hans krig mot Gnaeus Pompeius og det romerske senatet.Skriftet er langt kortere enn verket Commentarii de Bello Gallico, som Cæsar skrev om gallerkrigen. von Caesar, C. Iulius; [Hrsg. C. Iulius Caesar 100 - 44 C o m m e n t a r i i d e b e l l o c i v i l i Argumenta: Commentarii de bello Gallico et civili München 1839 Textus: Commentarii belli civilis ed. It is sometimes shortened to just "Civil Wars", "About the Civil Wars", and "The Civil War", in English translations. COMMENTARII DE BELLO CIVILI. He then proceeds to explain his reasoning for occupying Egypt with his army, using a succession crisis among the Egyptian royal family as his pretence. The Commentarii de Bello Civili, along with his other works, were compiled into the Histoire de Jules Cesar, and served as an important history that renewed interest in Caesar. The title itself is Latin for "Commentaries on the Civil War". Excessive Violence Caesar describes Scipio as a maniacal and untrustworthy but weak villain concerned only with destroying Caesar. A Commentarii de bello civili (latin, jelentése: Feljegyzések a polgárháborúról, magyarul egyszerűen A polgárháború néven vált ismertté) latin nyelvű mű, amelyet Caius Iulius Caesar írt egyes szám harmadik személyben a Kr. The number in the right column indicates the lesson in which the core word first occurs. Der Name Commentarii ist indirekt aus mehreren antiken Berichten belegt. MWSt., ggf. He proceeds with his army to invade Italy from Gaul. In the Commentarii de Bello Gallico, Caesar mentions several leaders of the Gallic tribes. Commentarii de Bello Civili. Caesar: De bello civili / Der Bürgerkrieg Lateinisch/Deutsch Übers.