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BIBRAX a town of the Remi, viii M. P. distant from the camp of Caesar, which was on the Axona (Aisne), and near a bridge. (B. G. 2.5, 6.) The narrative shows that Bibrax was on the north side of the Aisne, and D'Anville fixes it at Bièvre, which is on the road from Pont-à--Vere on the Aisne to Laon; and the distances agree.


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