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baten and conquered, and having extended woods and marches the transported themselves and all they had thither; Cæsar when he came to these woods and had resolved to fortify his camp and no Enemy being seen they suddenly rushed out from all parts of the wood and attacked our who were dispersed at their work. Ours quickly took arms and drove them back again into the woods; and killed several of them. they followed them too far in incu^[[addition]] m [[/addition]]bered places they lost some of their own. XXIX. On the following days Cæsar resolved to cut down the Wood and least the unarmed and imprudent Soldiers should be attacked in flank placed all the wood that was