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1 In the battles of Pharsalus, 48 B. C., the final defeat of Pompey, and Philippi, 42 B. C., the defeat of the Republican army under Brutus and Cassius.
2 Again referring to Pharsalus, which is in Thessaly.
3 Killed in Caesar's Spanish campaigns against the Pompeians, 49 and 45 B.C.
4 The reference is to Caesar's Egyptian campaigns.
5 The Emperor Augustus ascribed his victory over Antony and Cleopatra at Actium in 31 B. C. to the favour of Apollo.
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