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Caesar leading the Roman army across the Rubicon

Julius Caesar crossing the Rubicon to begin a civil war against Pompey, 49 BC.
Hand-colored halftone of a 19th-century illustration

Media ID 5882941

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1st Century Bc Ancient History Ancient Roman Ancient Rome Army Civil War Classical Civilization Crossing Europe European Horse Horse Back Italy Military Officer River Roman Roman Empire Rome Soldier


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