AFV guns Profile 21 - Armoured automobiles D КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Автор: B.T.White Название: AFV guns Profile 21 - Armoured autos D Издательство: Profile guides Год: 1970 Формат:pdf,rar+3%Размер: 5,4MB Язык: английскийСтраниц:240
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By the end of the month he had raised 3,000 men from the district round Capua (where the newly founded colonies of Calatia and Casilinum consisted of Caesar's old Seventh and Eighth legions), and proposed to go inland into Samnium in search of more volunteers. His money was very tempting. He paid 500 denarii on the spot—more than two years' ordinary pay—and promised 2,000 in the event of success in the forthcoming struggle. Meanwhile things had not been going well for Antony. At Suessa Aurunca, en route for Brundisium, he put to death some soldiers who were being held under arrest—probably the men accused of planning to assassinate him.
The end of the month would also see the arrival of his great-uncle from Rome. All the preparation of his four months in this provincial town would find its point. The legions that were assembled in the region, the cavalry that he had drilled, the auxiliary troops from distant parts, the mass of supplies and money that had found their way to Apollonia, all would be welded together by the presence and personality of Julius Caesar into a fighting force able to form the nucleus of the army intended to invade Parthia, redeem the disgrace of Carrhae, and humble the power that dared to threaten the eastern borders of Rome's empire.
Antony called a meeting of the senate for November 24, confident that even his enemies could scarcely refuse to condemn Octavian and give him authority to suppress this second Catiline. His consular edicts THE CRUSADE AGAINST ANTONY 51 declared that he would consider any senator who did not attend as a traitor to him and to Rome, and hurled the familiar accusations of political invective against his youthful opponent: unnatural vice, country-town origins, and forebears who were manual workers. But once again the intervention of the soldiery transformed everything.