to parry the attack.

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  • Caesar's method of attack was usually this: the troops drawn up on rising ground charged at the double (concursus); when within range came emissio telorum or pilorum. This was followed up by a hand-to-hand mêlée (impetus gladiorum).
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attacco tranne uno (Isa.6, 12)

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