Caesar: Selections from his Commentarii De Bello Gallico by Julius Caesar, Hans-Friedrich Mueller

By Julius Caesar, Hans-Friedrich Mueller

This article offers unadapted Latin passages from the Commentarii De Bello Gallico: ebook 1.1 7; ebook 4.24 35 and the 1st sentence of bankruptcy 36; e-book 5.24 forty eight; booklet 6.13 20 and the English of Books 1, 6, and 7
It contains all of the required English and Latin choices from Caesar's De Bello Gallico for the 2012-2013 AP* Curriculum.

Features:
Introduction comprises old context, an summary of the Roman military, and Caesar as basic, flesh presser, and Writer
Latin textual content observed by way of same-page notes (grammatical, literary, ancient, contextual)
Same-page operating vocabulary
Pull-out vocabulary
Complete Latin-English glossary
Online grammatical appendix
Select bibliography
Eight newly-created maps
19 black-and-white illustrations
Appendix: Figures of Speech

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From birth, everyone goes through a steady process of ageing, ultimately ending up in death. Everyone knows this obvious fact, yet some people can't help but drift with the daily flow of events. They attach more importance to worldly tasks than they actually deserve. However one fact renders this attachment meaningless: that life in this world has an end. It is the life in the hereafter that has no end. Chasing after benefits that one day will lose their significance is absolutely not wise. Pleading ignorance of this fact and orienting all one's efforts towards worldly objectives may lead man to an irrecoverable regret.

Initially wrinkles around eyes and mouth appear and the colour of the skin becomes dull. The state of the skin of hands and neck almost manifest the old age. Bones become weaker and man starts to suffer from impaired thinking. These are the unavoidable consequences of ageing and man can never stop this process, though he shuns thinking about it: Allah created you and then will take you back again. And some of you revert to the lowest form of life so that after having knowledge, you know nothing at all.

Disease also reminds man how prone to weakness he is. Mere viruses, invisible to the naked eye, seriously affect the body, which otherwise is highly protected against all types of external threats. Medical interventions based on the use of advanced technology and drugs still fail to contribute to the well being of human beings. Microbes penetrating through a slight cut on the skin to body may cause a detrimental consequence like death. Alternatively, a rebellious cell in the body may suddenly cause cancer.

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