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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 70 pages of information about A Handbook for Latin Clubs.

THE ROMAN SOLDIER

 “Tu regere imperio populos, Romane, memento;
  hae tibi erunt artes; pacisque imponere morem
  parcere subiectis, et debellare superbos.” 
    —­Vergil. Aeneid, vi, 851 ff.

THE ROMAN SOLDIER.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Chap. xiv.

THE SOLDIER’S ARMOR.
  The Life of the Greeks and Romans.  Guhl and Koner.  P. 567.
  The Genesis of Rome’s Military Equipment.  Eugene S. McCartney.
  Classical Weekly.  Vol. vi, p. 74.

CAESAR’S ART OF WAR. 
  Caesar’s Art of War and of Writing. Atlantic Monthly.  Vol. xliv,
    p. 273.

CAESAR’S CARE FOR HIS SOLDIERS.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Chap. xxiv.

DEBATE. 
  Resolved that Caesar was justified in subduing Gaul.

DIALOGUE:  A Roman Man o’ War’s Man.
  Heroic Happenings.  E.S.  Brooks.  P. 63.

THE ITALIAN SOLDIER OF TO-DAY.
  The Italians of To-day.  Rene Bazin.  P. 66.

STUDYING CAESAR ON THE AISNE.
  Literary Digest.  Vol. l, p. 919.

POEM.—­Gods of War.
  Literary Digest.  Vol. xlix, p. 1022.

CAESAR

  “The foremost man of all this world.” 
    —­Shakespeare

THE BOYHOOD OF CAESAR.
  Great Captains.  Caesar.  Theodore A. Dodge.  Chap. iii.
  Roman Life in the Days of Cicero.  Alfred J. Church.  Chap. viii.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Chap. vi.

HIS PERSONAL APPEARANCE.
  A History of Roman Literature.  Charles Thomas Cruttwell.  P. 193.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Chap. viii.

THE HABITS OF THE GAULS.
  Great Captains.  Caesar.  Theodore A. Dodge.  Chap. iv.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Chap. xiii.

CAESAR IN GAUL.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  Pp. 198, 217.

CAESAR’S ARMY AND A MODERN ARMY COMPARED.
  Great Captains.  Theodore A. Dodge.  Chaps. xxiii, xlvi.

THE ANIMALS OF THE HERCYNIAN FOREST.
  Grace G. Begle. School Review.  Vol. viii, p. 457.

CAESAR’S FAVORITE HORSE.
  Rome:  The Eternal City.  Clara Erskine Clement.  Vol. i, p. 362.
  Ancient Rome in the Light of Recent Discoveries.  Rodolfo
    Lanciani.  P. 84.
  Caesar.  A Sketch.  James Anthony Froude.  P. 537.

OUR ENGLISH FOREFATHERS AS DESCRIBED BY CAESAR.
  Commentaries.  Caesar.  Book v, Chaps. xii-xv.

CAESAR A GUEST AT THE HOME OF CICERO.
  Foreign Classics in English.  William Cleaver Wilkinson.  Vol. iv,
    p. 243.

THE DEATH OF CAESAR.
  Julius Caesar.  William Shakespeare.  Act iii, scene i.

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