Having heard of this battle, the greatest part of Aquitania
surrendered itself to Crassus, and of its own
accord sent hostages, in which number were the Tarbelli, the
Bigerriones, the Preciani, the
Vocasates, the Tarusates, the
Elurates, the Garites, the Ausci, the
Garumni, the Sibuzates, the
Cocosates. A few [and those] most remote nations, relying on the
time of the year, because winter was at hand, neglected to do this.
C. Julius Caesar. Caesar's Gallic War. Translator. W. A. McDevitte. Translator. W. S. Bohn. 1st Edition. New York. Harper & Brothers. 1869. Harper's New Classical Library.
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