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a Gaul, chief of the Bellovaci, was distinguished by a high spirit of independence and an inveterate hatred of the Romans, and was accordingly acknowledged as their commander by all the tribes which, together with the Bellovaci, made war against Caesar in B. C. 51. Correus, conducted the campaign with much ability, and, when he at length met with a decisive defeat, disdained to surrender himself, and fell fighting desperately. (Hirt. B. G. 8.5-17.)


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