Gaius Julius Caesar.
Commentaries on his Campaigns.
Translated by W. A. McDevitte and W. S. Bohn using F. Oudendorp's Latin Text.
|The Menu System.||Example.|
You can now see a horizontal 'Drop-down' Menu, just below the Page Title. An example of how that will work is shown in the picture to the right of this paragraph,
As you can see, you Click on a menu-button, the drop-down options appear (they are highlighted in different colours for your convenience) and you move the mouse, navigating to the page of your choice and click once on the amber highlighted page in the Menu.
Beneath the menu item marked "The Spanish War" there is a picture of a map. If you click on it, it will open in an enlarged version. If you click on the enlarged version it will shrink back again. The maps will be different for each of the Commentaries - the idea is that, at any time you can examine the map and use it to work out what is happening as the Commentary unfolds.
The map on this page shows
the size and shape of
the Roman Empire when Caesar died.
On the next page there is a map of the gallic tribal territories.
Click on it and see !
The Black Arrows are self-explanatory, click on you go back a page, on you go forward a page and on you will go to the top of the page you are on.