In 57 BCE, during the Winter break in campaigning, Caesar got word that the Belgae (Belgian) tribes to the north were joining forces to attack Caesar, worried that he was coming after them after he’d finished with Gaul. According to Caesar’s Commentaries, they amassed a force of nearly 300,000 warriors. Caesar had a mere 40,000 legionaries plus some auxiliary forces. What happened? Tune in and find out!


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