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The Most Insane Battle in History

July 12, 2019 By



Do not f*ck with Julius Caesar.

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Model of the battle of Alesia
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Platoon of Soldiers formed into a testudo (tortoise), used as protection, head and shoulders covered with their shields allowing safer advance
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Ladder Leaning on Wall
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Halloween blood eyeball
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80s Retro Futurism style Font. Vector Brush Stroke Alphabet
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Shiny Chrome Alphabet in 80s Retro Futurism style
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Breakdancer Silhouettes
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Spotlight
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Set of various paint splatters
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Monster attack
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Moses leading the exodus of Israelites from Egypt
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Siege of a fortified city in the past, published 1886
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Temple construction on the Aventine in Ancient Rome
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Towers and walls of Carrarese Castle, Este, Veneto, Italy
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Panoramic view of Castle of Lucera, Apulia, Italy
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Jacques Marie Gaston Onfray de Breville, known as JOB (1858-1931)
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Defensive Walls of Greece and Rome Engraving
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Defensive Gates and Walls of Ancient Times Engraving
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Bohemond alone mounts the ramparts of Antioch
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Roman soldier, Aequian soldier, Gauls soldier, Samnite soldier, drawing, Italy, 7th-4th century BC
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Ancient Rome – Slave Revolt at Enna
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The conquest of Gaul by the Romans.
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Julius Caesar receiving tribute
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Vercingetorix imprisoned in the Tullianum in Rome, c52-46 BC (1882-1884).
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Vercingetorix. Vercingetorix c. 72-46 BC leader of the Gauls. Chromolithography 19th century
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Vercingetorix. Portrait of Vercingetorix 72-46 BC, Leader of Gauls. Chromolithography ca. 1890.
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Vercingetorix (72-46 avJC) gallic leader, surrending to roman emperor Cesar in Alesia (France), illustration by Job, 1930
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Ancient History – Alexander and the body of Darius.
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Spartan warrior
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Map of Galia 1818
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Antique Map of Gaul
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View of Kalat, Pakistan, Second Anglo-Afghan War, illustration from magazine the Graphic, volume XVIII, no 472, December 14, 1878
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lake with birds
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Mont Auxois and the statue of Vercingetorix, France, 1879.
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Horsemen Silhouettes (vector)
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Viking tattoo, bearded barbarian of Scandinavia, crossed swords, god Odin. Symbol of force, courage. Scandinavian mythology, viking art print t-shirt design
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Gauls, 1882
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Battle of the Teutoburg Forest, 9 AD, lithograph, published 1890
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Julius Caesar laying siege to Alesia, Gaul, 52 BC (1882-1884).
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Equestrian portrait of Julius Caesar (101 BC-44 BC), Roman general, consul, politician and writer, from drawing by Henri de Montaut (ca 1825-1890 or 1897), Il Giornale Illustrato, Year 2, No 14, April 8-14, 1865
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20 Comments on "The Most Insane Battle in History"

  1. blue mochi
    July 12, 2019

    Not one quote/end quote

  2. Urban Student Prepper
    July 12, 2019

    All these soyboys trying to learn something. 😂

  3. Konstantinsen
    July 12, 2019

    Nice approach to discussing the Battle of Alesia. :D

    Seeing as this is a series, mind if I suggest taking on Genghis Khan? I'd love to see how you guys discuss him with this format.

  4. james ginnane
    July 12, 2019

    who is that fucking soy boy on the right (the white one)

  5. Violet Owl
    July 12, 2019

    I kind of want to see films or series based on ruining history (except for episode one)

  6. Thomas Cardwell
    July 12, 2019

    Do the Egg Nog Riot at Westpoint

  7. Alexandra Crofoot
    July 12, 2019

    I miss ruining history

  8. Essex 37
    July 12, 2019

    Shane and Ryan: Untouchable

    The rest of the Idiots: What are they're names again?

  9. Guardians of Arthedain
    July 12, 2019

    This is riddled with historical inaccuracies please do more research next time...

  10. 茨延heartfelt
    July 12, 2019

    23:00 minutes of Shane getting bullied

  11. dragonheart8706
    July 12, 2019

    Walls aren't exactly built in a day... So why didn't the Gallic reinforcements attack and overwhelm Caesar's army before the wall could be built? Am I missing something?

  12. hetalian gorl
    July 12, 2019

    Okay but
    Attack on Titan much?

  13. Reuben Films
    July 12, 2019

    Donald trump: I’m build the biggest wall!!!!

    Cesar: hold my beer

  14. Joey Acevedo
    July 12, 2019

    Literally some of the only good content that Buzzfeed has ever put out.

  15. Gay Emo
    July 12, 2019

    THERE NEEDS TO BE A SEASON 2!!!

  16. The Masoko
    July 12, 2019

    By present estimation the army of the Gauls

  17. Francisco Pink
    July 12, 2019

    Can this series come back

  18. Lucina Mendez
    July 12, 2019

    Bring this back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  19. idkwhattoputhere _
    July 12, 2019

    4:12 "the gaul's weapon of choice were long slashing blades" shows a khopesh (egyptian short sword)

  20. MrLoobu
    July 12, 2019

    The comments are so entirely vapid and brain dead i couldnt watch more than 3 minutes.


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