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GENERATIVE COMMUNICATION
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His difficultatibus duae res erant subsidio, scientia atque usus [...].
~ C. Iulius Caesar, Commentarii de bello gallico, L. II/20

QUOTE
Caesari omnia uno tempore erant agenda: vexillum proponendum [...] signum tuba dandum [...] ab opere revocandi milites [...] acies instruenda, milites cohortandi [...]. Quarum rerum magnam partem temporis brevitas et incursus hostium impediebat. His difficultatibus duae res erant subsidio, scientia atque usus militum, quod superioribus proeliis exercitati, quid fieri oporteret, non minus commode ipsi sibi praescribere quam ab aliis doceri poterant, et quod ab opere singulisque legionibus singulos legatos Caesar discedere nisi munitis castris vetuerat [...].
~ C. Iulius Caesar, Commentarii de bello gallico, L. II/20

TRANSLATE
Caesar had everything to do at one time: the standard to be displayed[…]; the soldiers to be called off from the works […]; the order of battle to be formed; the soldiers to be encouraged; the watchword to be given. A great part of these arrangements was prevented by the shortness of time and the sudden approach and charge of the enemy. Under these difficulties two things proved of advantage; the skill and experience of the soldiers, because, having been trained by former engagements, they could suggest to themselves what ought to be done, as conveniently as receive information from others […].

C. Julius Caesar. Caesar's Gallic War. Translator. W. A. McDevitte. Translator. W. S. Bohn. 1st Edition. New York. Harper & Brothers. 1869. Harper's New Classical Library.

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