Caesar CONQUERS the Mediterranean | Battles BC (S1, E4) | Full Episode | History

Caesar CONQUERS the Mediterranean | Battles BC (S1, E4) | Full Episode | History 1

It’s 52 BC and the great Roman Commander Julius Caesar is butchering is way through Gaul. Thanks in large part to the iron will of Caesar, the Romans complete their quest for Mediterranean dominance, in Season 1, Episode 4, “Caesar: Super Siege”. #BattlesBC
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  1. Also Nubian Queen Amarenus of Kush Defeated Romens Even Alexander the Great Didn't want to Fight Nubia Kushite Why tho that's what is Documented in History Books tell that Story History about Kushites and Three Nubian Kingdom's Defeated Arabs Assyrians ECT… How ?

  2. Caesar was a commander in the forces of Crassus who defeated Spartacus before Pompey cleaned up the rest of his retreating forces. Having said that, he was not as inexperienced in military matters as they claim in the opening.

  3. They need to show maps and where the troops are and the land. I do have a hard time when it says History knowing Hollywood had anything to do with it,they know Nothing about Real History, better to have a independent researcher doing it.

  4. This is the first time I've ever heard that Vercyngetoryx allowed the women and children back into Alesia. This wasn't my first time watching this. There were other re-edits I noticed as well. I'm seeing this elsewhere too. In the recently uploaded Tiberius Gracchus episode of BBC's Rome: Rise and Fall of an Empire, they have edited out the fact that Scipio Nasica was forced to flee Rome and died in exile, which was in the original version. I watched every episode several times until BBC removed the series from youtube and it's own website for a couple of years. Then 3 months ago they re-uploaded them with certain facts removed. Why wouldn't they want people to know Nasica was forced to flee for his life? Why am I now hearing that Vercyngetoryx (the people's champion) was ultimately too soft and compassionate to prevail against the ruthless empire? Only 60,000 Gallic reinforcements? I thought it was allegedly 200,000 or more. If only 60,000 showed up, I guess it means resistance wasn't really that popular. New facts and interpretations and for new times, huh?

  5. Despite the battle scenes looking like stage play fights it's still far more than what HBO gave us with their series Rome…not to speak ill of it, I love the series, but it could have used some good battle scenes.

  6. 18:00 they keep saying "he" built it. Like no. Thats like saying steve jobs built the iphone. No he ordered it and invisioned it. But give the credit to his armies i mean building abridge and walls is hard work. Imagin digging a 20 wide and 20 foot deep trench.

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