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had assembled there; & as all the ships which they had were brought together in one place: which being lost the rest neither knew where to retire to nor how to defend there towns Therefore they Surrendered themselves at discression to Caesar: he resolved to punish them the more severely that the rights of Ambassadors might be the more exactly preserved for the future by the Barbarians. Therefore having [[deletion]] pull'd the [[/deletion]] [[addition]] put the whole [[/addition]] ^ Senate to death he sold the rest for Slaves. XVII. While these things were carried on among the Veneti, J. T. Sabians came into the territories of the Unelli with the forces he had received from Cæsar.


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