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Book CXXVIII.

[Y.R. 714. B.C. 38.] When Sextus Pompeius had again infested the sea with his piracies, nor kept the peace which he had solicited, Caesar, being obliged to make war upon him, fought against him in two indecisive sea-engagements. [Y.R. 715. B.C. 37.] Publius Ventidius, the lieutenant of Marcus Antonius, overthrew the Parthians in battle, in Syria, and killed their king. [Y.R. 716. B.C. 36.] Antonius's generals vanquished the Jews also. This book contains also the account of the preparations for war in Sicily.

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