Gaius Julius Caesar. Notes on the Gallic war
Cover handmade genuine leather (shagreen)
Format 130х180 mm
200 numbered copies.
Paper GardaPat (Italy)
Painted tortonian bleed
"Notes on the Gallic war" Gaius Julius Caesar, perhaps the greatest book about war ever written. It was created on the heels of the events the protagonist of the war. In it Caesar is a writer equal to Caesar-military leader and historical figure. It is a tragic epic of the conquest of the vast country and of a frontal collision of civilizations. The book is written very simply and sensibly, as if it is about the struggle of the Romans with the terrible epidemic. So Tsezariy "Commentaries belli Gallici" can be read as a report from the legendary events of two thousand years ago, but as a kind of commentary on the later vicissitudes of world history.