The historical narratives, though attributed to Caesar, is assumed to have been written by three different anonymous authors around 50 …

De bello Hispaniensi (srpskohrvatski: "O hispanijskom ratu") je latinski tekst iz 40-ih godina pne. These three works end the Caesarean corpus relating Caesar's civil war.

6 [ recensere ] Id cum animadverteret adversarios minime velle, quos +quoniam a avia+ retraxerat, ut in aequum deduceret, copiis flumine traductis noctu iubet ignis fieri magnos: ita firmissimum eius praesidium Ateguam proficiscitur. Η σειρά αυτή περιλαμβάνει τον Αλεξανδρινό Πόλεμο / De bello Alexandrino, τον Πόλεμο στην Ισπανία / De bello Hispaniensi και τον Αφρικανικό Πόλεμο / De bello Africo. koji opisuje Cezarov pohod na posljednje uporište optimata u rimskoj Hispaniji pred kraj građanskog rata 46/45. Lehetséges szerzőként Suetonius Aulus Hirtiust nevezte meg. These three works end the Caesarean corpus relating Caesar's civil war.


A mű egyetlen könyv 42 fejezetéből áll és Caesarnak az Ibériai-félszigeten folytatott hadjáratáról szól.

De Bello Hispaniensi (meaning On the Hispanic War in Latin) is a book said to be written by Julius Caesar, though its authorship is heavily disputed. De Bello Africo is preceded by De Bello Alexandrino and followed by De Bello Hispaniensi. pne. De Bello Hispaniensi (also Bellum Hispaniense; On the Hispanic War; On the Spanish War) is a Latin work continuing Julius Caesar's commentaries, De Bello Gallico and De Bello Civili, and its sequels by two different unknown authors De Bello Alexandrino and De Bello Africo. It details Caesar's campaigns on the Iberian Peninsula, ending with the Battle of Munda. Predstavlja nastavak knjige De bello Africo i tradicionalno se pripisivalo Cezaru, iako se danas vjeruje da je njegov autor anonimni oficir u njegovoj vojsci.

A De bello Hispaniensi (latin: A hispán háborúról) egy Iulius Caesarnak tulajdonított latin nyelvű történeti mű, amelyet azonban minden bizonnyal nem ő írt. Ita diebus compluribus [consumptis] cupiebat Caesar, si qua condicione posset, adversarios in aequum locum deducere et primo quoque tempore de bello decernere. Hispanian sodasta) on Julius Caesarin Hispanian sotaa käsittelevä teos. De bello Alexandrino Enlaces externos [ editar ] Esta obra contiene una traducción derivada de « De Bello Hispaniensi » de la Wikipedia en inglés, publicada por sus editores bajo la Licencia de documentación libre de GNU y la Licencia Creative Commons Atribución-CompartirIgual 3.0 Unported . It details Caesar's campaigns on the Iberian Peninsula. It details Caesar's campaigns on the Iberian Peninsula. De bello Hispaniensi (suom. De Bello Hispaniensi (also Bellum Hispaniense; On the Hispanic War) is a Latin work continuing Julius Caesar's commentaries, De Bello Gallico and De Bello Civili, and its sequels by two different unknown authors De Bello Alexandrino and De Bello Africo.It details Caesar's campaigns on the Iberian Peninsula, ending with the Battle of Munda.. Authorship.