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Century 3


[after the successful passage of the Strait of Gibraltar by Nostradamus’s friend the Baron de la Garde, Admiral of the Eastern Mediterranean, with 25 galleys in 1545, in the face of Imperial forces bearing red crosses on their chests]

After combat and naval battle,
the great admiral at the height of his power it asleep:
red adversary shall become pale with fright,
putting the great ocean in dread.


[after the Christian doctrine of transubstantiation, under Protestant attack in 1534]

The divine Word shall give to substance,
including heaven, earth, gold hidden in the mystic fact:
body, soul, spirit having all power
as much under its feet as in the Holy See.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3, Julius Obsequens’s On Omens and Livy’s History of Rome]

Mars and Mercury and the moon in conjunction,
towards the south extreme drought:
in the depths of Asia it shall be said that the earth quakes,
Corinth, Ephesus then in perplexity.

II [abilis Liber of 1522/3]

When the failure of the heavenly lights shall be close,
from one another not greatly distant,
cold, drought, danger towards the frontiers,
even where the oracle had its beginning.


[possibly after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Nearer or closer to the failure of the two great luminaries
which shall happen between April and March,
oh, what prices! but two great good-natured ones
by land and sea shall succour all parts.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 102 and/or 91 BC]

Within the closed temple the lighting shall enter,
the citizens within their fortifications overcome,
Horses, cattle, men. Water shall reach the wall.
Worn out by famine, drought: thirst among the weakest.


[possibly after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 98 BC]

[Among] The fugitives, fire from the sky on the spear-points:
then, shortly, conflict of crows fighting.
From earth goes up the cry for aid and heavenly succour,
when near the walls shall be the combatants.


[after Plutarch’s Parallel Lives, plus Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 104 BC]

The Cimbri joined with their neighbours
shall depopulate the bulk of Spain:
people gathered in Guienne and Limousin
shall be in league, and shall keep them company.


[source unidentified]

Bordeaux, Rouen and La Rochelle joined together
shall hold firm around the great Ocean sea:
English, Bretons and Flemings in alliance
shall chase them as far as near Roanne.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Of blood and famine a seven-times-greater calamity
is in preparation along the seashore
[and at] Monaco of hunger: place taken, captivity.
The Lord led by a hook in an iron cage.


[after a reported 1554 Swiss vision of armies fighting in the sky, also described by Fincelius in his De miraculis sui temporis of 1556]

The arms shall fight in the sky for a long season,
the tree at the heart of the city fallen:
vermin gnawing, sword, a brand in the face,
then the monarch of Adria [Venice] worsted.


[presumably after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

By the swollen Ebro, Po, Tagus, Tiber and Rhone
and by the lake of Geneva and Arezzo,
the two great chiefs and cities of the Garonne
captured, dead, drowned. Human booty divided.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 106 BC, as also Cardano’s On Subtlety of 1547]

Through lightning, in the chest gold and silver melted:
of the two captives [beasts] one shall eat the other:
The city’s highest lord killed
when the fleet shall float underwater [sink beneath the waves].


[source unidentified]

Through the humble relative of the valiant personage
of France, because of the wretched father,
honours, riches: suffering in his old age
for having believed the advice of an ignorant man.


[after contemporary worries about the French succession]

In courage, vigour and glory the kingdom shall change [for the worse],
on every side being opposed by its adversary:
then youth shall subjugate France [to others] through death [of the King].
The great regent shall then be more contrary.


[possibly after the deeds of Henry VIII of England and the contemporary problem of duelling]

The English prince [with] Mars in his mid-heaven
Shall want to pursue his prosperous fortune.
Of the two duels [duellers] one shall pierce his [the other’s] spleen:
Hated by him, adored by his mother.


[possibly after the Great Fire of Rome of AD 64, assimilated to the solar eclipse of January 1544]

The Aventine hill shall be seen burning at night:
The sky very suddenly dark in Flanders.
When the monarch shall chase his nephew/grandson away,
their Church officials shall commit scandals.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 163, 130, 125, 124, 117, 111, 108, 106, 104, 95, and/or 92 BC]

After the fairly long rain of milk,
in several places the area of Reims affected.
Alas, what a bloody murder is in preparation near them!
Fathers and sons, [even] kings shall not dare to approach.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens, as per previous verse]

In Lucca it shall rain blood and milk
a little before a change of senior magistrate:
great plague and war, famine and drought shall be seen
far from where their prince and directing chief shall die.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Throughout the lands of the great river Guadalquivir
far from the north of Spain, in the Kingdom of Grenada,
Crosses [Christians] beaten back by the Muslims.
One from Cordoba shall betray the land.


[possibly after Peucerus’s Teratoscopia of 1553]

At Crustumerium by the Adriatic Sea
there shall appear a horrible fish
with human face and aquatic tail
that shall be caught without a hook.


[possibly after the Gesta francorum et aliorum Hierosolymytanorum of around 1101, describing the siege of Jerusalem during the First Crusade of 1099]

Six days the assault mounted against the city:
battle shall be given, strong and bitter.
Three shall surrender it, and it shall be forgiven them:
the rest to the flames and to bloody slicing and dismemberment.


[after past French military disasters in Italy under Louis XII, François I and Henri II]

If, France, you pass beyond the Ligurian Sea,
you shall see yourself hemmed in on the islands and by sea,
the Muslims being against you: more so in the Adriatic Sea.
You shall gnaw the bones of horses and donkeys.


[sources as per the previous verse]

Great the confusion of the enterprise,
loss of people, countless treasure[s]:
you must not extend your efforts further there.
France, pay attention to what I say.


[after contemporary dynastic politics between 1516 and 1531]

He who shall attain to the Kingdom of Navarre
when they shall be joined by Sicily and Naples
shall hold Bigorre and the Landes through Foix and Oloron
from one who shall be all too closely allied with Spain.


[after the well-known divinatory practices of the classical world]

Of kings and princes they shall raise images,
the augurs believed, the diviners promoted:
the victim’s horn gilded, and with azure and pearl.
The entrails shall be interpreted.


[after King François I’s creation of a chair of Arabic at the Collège de France in the 1540s]

A Libyan prince powerful in the West
shall so impassion the French for Arabic
that he shall persuade literary scholars
to translate the Arabic language into French.


[after the remarkable reign of the Byzantine empress Theodora (AD 527-548)]

Of land meagre and pedigree poor,
little by little and discreetly she shall advance in the realm.
Long shall a [the] young woman reign:
never did anyone so bad ever attain power.


[source unidentified]

The two nephews/grandson brought up in separate places,
[in] a naval battle, [both] land and fathers fallen:
They shall reach so high in war
as to avenge the injury. Enemies defeated.


[after the assassination either of the Duke of Parma in 1527 or of the Byzantine Emperor Nicephorus Phocas in AD 969]

He who in a swordfight in the midst of war
shall have carried off the prize from one greater than he,
by night in bed shall six attack him:
naked and unarmoured, he shall suddenly be surprised.


[after the three famous battles between the Romans and Parthians of 53 BC, 36 BC and 116 AD, taken as omens of the anticipated defeat of Suleiman the Magnificent]

On the fields of Media, of Arabia and Armenia
two great armies shall three times assemble:
near the banks of the Araxes, the household
of the great Suleiman shall fall to the ground [bite the dust].


[after the Italian campaigns of Constable Anne de Montmorency, the notorious queller of the salt-tax revolt in southwestern France, between 1536 and 1538]

The great burier of the people of Aquitaine
shall make his way to the area of Tuscany,
when war shall reign near the area of Germany
and in the land of the Mantuan people.


[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 104, 96, 93 and/or 53 BC]

In the city where the wolf shall enter,
quite near there the enemies shall be:
an alien army shall lay waste a great country.
Allies shall cross the high walls of the Alps.


[after classical reports of solar eclipses and deformed births, such as Julius Obsequens’s On Omens for 104 BC]

When the eclipse of the Sun shall then be,
in full daylight the monster shall be seen:
quite otherwise [mistakenly] it shall be interpreted.
Inflation not guarded against: no-one shall have foreseen it.


[possibly after the doings of the English astrologer and magician ‘Dr’ John Dee]

In the very depths of the West of Europe
of poor folk a young child shall be born
who by his tongue shall seduce a great throng.
His fame shall grow and grow in the eastern kingdom.


[after the legendary circumstances surrounding the death of the Franciscan theologian John Duns Scot in 1308]

Buried apoplectic, not dead,
he shall be found to have his hands eaten away
when the city shall condemn the heretic
who (it seemed to them) had changed [debased] their laws [b eliefs].


[after the campaigns of the Holy Roman emperor Charles V in Italy]

Before the attack a speech delivered,
Milan taken by the [Imperial] Eagle after being deceived by ambushes:
the ancient rampart demolished by cannons,
amidst fire and blood few granted mercy.


[source unidentified]

[Of] The Gallic race and a foreign nation
Beyond the mountains, [ many shall be] dead, captured and laid low:
in the opposite month [six months later] and near the time of the grape-harvest
by the lords an agreement [shall be] drawn up.


[source unidentified]

The seven in three months [shall be] in agreement
to subjugate the Apennine Alps:
but the tempest and the cowardly Ligurian
lays them low in sudden ruins.


[after contemporary efforts to revive the ancient classical games in old, crumbling theatres]

The mighty theatre shall arise once again,
the dais raised and the nets already stretched out.
Too much the first[-mentioned] shall weaken at the sound of the fanfare,
laid low by arches long since split apart.


[after the contemporary elevation to power of the Protestant Louis de Bourbon, first Prince of Condé]

The hunchback shall be elected by the council:
a more hideous monster on earth not [never] seen.
The flying blow shall put out the bishop’s eye:
the traitor to the King accepted as loyal.

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[after Julius Obsequens’s On Omens, Livy’s History of Rome and an omen of 1544]

The child shall be born with two teeth in its craw,
[hail]stones instead of rain shall fall in Tuscany:
a few years later there shall be neither wheat nor barley
to fill those who shall faint from hunger.


[after France’s huge losses in the contemporary Italian wars]

People from around the Tarn, Lot and Garonne
beware of crossing the Apennine mountains:
your tomb [shall be] near Rome and Ancona!
The black frizzy beard [Charles V] shall cause a monument to be erected.


[possibly after Julius Obsequens’s tales of talking oxen in his On Omens, assimilated to the occasion in 1545 when lightning struck a gunpowder store at Mechlin]

When the animal to man domestic
after great efforts and jumps shall [manage to] speak,
the lightning to a virgin [nun] shall be so inimical
[that she shall be] snatched up from the ground and hung in the air.


[after the arrival in Toulouse of five reforming monks in 1531]

The five strangers once entered into the temple,
their blood shall soil the ground:
to the Toulousans it shall be a very hard example
of one who comes to abolish their laws.


[after the Lyon meteor of 1528, taken as an omen of an imminent change of era]

The chart (of Plancus’ city ) presages to us
through clear signs and by fixed stars
that the age of its change is fast approaching,
neither for its good, nor for its ill.


[after the deposition of the Byzantine Emperor John V Palaeologus and his son and Co-Emperor Manuel II in 1376, and their reinstatement three years later with the help of the Turks]

The old monarch chased out of his kingdom
shall go to the East to seek its help.
For fear of the crosses [Christians] he shall lower his flag:
to Mitylene he shall go by way of a port and land [pied-à-terre].


[source unidentified]

Seven hundred captives roughly staked out,
lots drawn for half to be murdered:
the nearby hope shall come so promptly,
but not soon enough [to prevent] the death of fifteen.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Gallic kingdom, you shall be much changed:
to a foreign place is power transferred.
Other customs and laws shall be drawn up for you:
Rouen and Chartres shall do you much harm.


[after Savonarola’s Compendium Revelationum and King Charles VIII of France’s attempted capture of Florence during his Italian campaign of 1494]

The government of the great city
shall not wish to consent to the great austerity:
[by] the King summoned forth by a herald,
the ladder at the wall, the city shall repent.


[possibly after the suspected poisoning in 1550 of Claude de Guise, Duke of Lorraine]

Paris conspires a great murder to commit:
Blois shall cause it to be put into full effect.
Those of Orleans shall wish to replace their leader:
Angers, Troyes, Langres shall do them a great injury.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3, possibly augmented by Livy’s History of Rome for BC, and with the imagery presumably based on the Latin Epigrams of Ulrich von Hutten (see woodcut)]

In Campania there shall be such prolonged rain,
and in Apulia such great drought.
The Cock shall see the Eagle, its wing deformed:
by the Lion it shall be placed in extremity.


[the election at Frankfurt of Charles V as Holy Roman Emperor in 1519, in preference to France’s François I]

When the greater one shall carry off the prize
of Nuremberg, of Augsburg, and those of Basle,
by Cologne’s leader Frankfurt [shall be] taken.
They shall cross through Flanders as far as into Gaul.


[after Froissart’s account in his Chroniques of the European campaigns of Edward the Black Prince]

One of the greatest ones shall rush to Spain,
which he shall thereafter come to bleed with a long wound,
pushing armies over the high mountains [the Pyrenees],
devastating all, and then he shall reign in peace.


[partly after the rise to power of François de Lorraine, Second Duke of Guise – the quatrain claimed by Nostradamus himself to have foretold the death of Henri II]

In the year that One Eye shall reign in France,
the court shall be in a most vexatious ferment.
The lord of Blois shall kill his friend,
the realm placed in harm and double doubt.


[after the various ‘falling’ omens that allegedly accompanied the death of King François I in 1547]

[At] Montauban, Nîmes, Avignon and Béziers
plague, thunder and hail [shall fall] at the end of March:
in Paris the bridge, [at] Lyon the wall, Montpellier.
From ’607, twenty-three parts [sects?].


[possibly after the violent deaths of seven prominent British leaders between 1265 and 1555]

Seven times shall you see the British nation change [its leader],
stained with blood for two hundred and ninety years –
but not France, through German support.
Aries [France] has worries about its Czech and Slovak flank [the Ottomans].


[source unidentified]

Near the Rhine and the Norician Alps
shall be born a lord of people come too late,
who shall keep at bay the Sarmatians and Pannonians
such that nobody shall know what has become of him.


[possibly possibly after Plutarch’s Parallel Lives (‘Artaxerxes’), describing the bloody struggles of succession that occurred towards the end of the reign of Artaxerxes II (c. 359 BC)]

[The] Barbarian empire once usurped by the third,
the greater part of his relations he shall put to death:
through senile death the fourth struck by him,
for fear that the relations by the relations might be killed.


[apparently after a further, unidentified incident from the history of the Ottomans]

Throughout all Asia great proscription,
even in Mysia, Lycia and Pamphilia:
he shall shed blood by way of absolution
for a young Moor filled with felony.


[possibly after William of Tyre’s Historia rerum in partibus transmarinis gestarum, describing the foundation of the four Middle Eastern Crusader States (Edessa, Tripoli, Jerusalem and Antioch) after the success of the First Crusade and capture of Jerusalem in July 1099]

The great band and sect of crusaders
shall draw itself up against Mesopotamia:
of the nearby river a light company
shall such a dispensation regard as hostile.


[apparently after the campaign of Hannibal, as described in Livy’s History of Rome]

Near the Duero, with the Tyrrhenian sea closed [to him],
He shall penetrate the lofty Pyrenees mountains:
having little time, and his advance cunningly explained,
he shall lead his forces to Carcassonne.


[partly after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

The Roman power shall be totally overthrown:
its great neighbour [the Holy Roman Empire] shall follow in its wake.
Hidden civil hatreds and quarrels
shall put off the buffoons’ follies.


[apparently after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

The leader from Persia shall load great cargo hulks
(a trireme fleet against the Muslim folk)
with Parthians and Medians, and shall plunder the Cyclades.
he shall long rest in the great Ionian port.


[after Bandini’s Dell’obelisco de Cesare Augusto of 1549, describing the claimed discovery of the tomb of Augustus Caesar in 1521, the year when Pope Leo X, having allegedly been poisoned, died after being bled into the very chalice in which votes were collected at papal conclaves]

When the tomb of the great Roman is found,
the next day a Pope shall be elected:
scarcely shall he be approved by the Senate
[than he shall be] poisoned, his blood in the sacred chalice.


[source unidentified, but line 3 borrowed from Virgil’s Aeneid (iv.696)]

The great Bailiff of Orleans put to death
shall be, by one of [one dedicated to] blood-vengeance:
neither from death deserved shall he die, nor by fate,
[but] evil shall have taken him hand and foot.


[after the Anabaptists of southern Germany, known as the ‘Moravian Brethren’, who took refuge in Moravia during the 1530s]

A new sect of Philosophers,
scorning death, gold, honours and riches,
shall not be confined to the German mountains:
to follow them there shall be support and crowds.


[source unidentified]

Leaderless folk from Spain and Italy
dead, laid low within the Peninsula.
Their conduct betrayed by crass folly,
swimming in blood [shall be] every crossroads.


[source unidentified, apart from line 3, which is based on Andrea Alciato’s Emblamata of 1531]

The mighty army led by a young man,
shall surrender into the hands of the enemies:
but the old man born in the half-pig [Milan],
shall cause Chalon and Macon to be friends.


[source unidentified]

Great Britain including England
shall be flooded with such deep waters:
the new League of Ausonia [Italy] shall make war,
such that that they shall ally against each other.


[possibly after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Those in the isles long since besieged
shall summon up strength and force against their enemies:
those outside, dead, prostrated by hunger,
shall be put in greater hunger than ever.


[source unidentified]

The good old man buried quite alive
near the great river, through false suspicion:
the new old man ennobled by riches.
Taken [seized] on the road [shall be] all the gold of the ransom.


[after Plutarch’s Parallel Lives (‘Agesilaus’)]

When into power the cripple shall come,
for his competitor he shall have a closely-related bastard:
he and the kingdom shall become so very rotten
that, unless it recovers, it shall be too late.


[source unidentified]

Naples, Florence, Faenza and Imola
shall be on the point of such embarrassment
because, in order to delight the wretches of Nola,
[they shall have] complained of [their] having mocked its leader.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Pavia, Verona, Vicenza, Saragossa,
through swords from far away [their] lands bloodsoaked.
Such severe disease shall affect the fat [bean-]pods:
help at hand, but very far the remedies.


[after contemporary sects of German Protestant Reformers]

In Germany shall arise various sects
very reminiscent of blissful paganism:
their heart captive and returns small,
they shall return to paying the true tithe.


[source unidentified]

[In the] The third climate [latitude] subject to Aries,
the year 1727, in October,
the King of Persia [shall be] captured by those of Egypt.
Conflict, death, loss: to the Cross a great disgrace.


[source unidentified]

The leader from Scotland, with six from Germany,
captured by eastern sailors:
they shall cross Gibraltar and Spain,
as a present, fearful, to the new King in Persia.


[after the capture of Marseille by Alphonso of Aragon in 1425, incorporating a phrase from the Attic Nights of Aulus Gellius (vii.2.1-3)]

The chain of fate, everlastingly ordained,
shall return in consecutive order.
The chain of Marseille shall be broken,
the city taken [by] the enemy at the same time.


[after the account by Foissart in his Chroniques of the seizure of the throne of Castile by Henry the Bastard from his half brother Don Pedro the Cruel, and his defeat by Edward the Black Prince at the battle of Navarette in 1367]

The unworthy one chased out by the English realm,
the councillor through anger burned alive:
his supporters shall stoop so low
that the Bastard shall be half accepted.


[possibly after the celebrated third Roman slave-revolt of 73-71 BC under Spartacus]

The great loudmouth, shameless, audacious,
shall be chosen governor of the army:
[through] the boldness of his aggression
the bridge [shall be] broken, the City [Rome?] faint with fear.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

Frejus, Antibes, towns around Nice
shall be devastated at sword-point by sea and by land:
locusts by land and sea, the wind [being] favourable.
Captives dead, bound: plunder outside the rules of war.


[after the ancient invasions of the Vandals and Visigoths]

The long-haired ones of Celtic Gaul
accompanied by foreign peoples
shall take prisoner the people of Aquitaine
in order to subject them to massacres.


[after the sack of Rome by Imperial forces in 1527]

The mighty City shall be completely desolated:
of its inhabitants not one shall remain.
Wall, sects, temple and virgin [nun] violated,
by sword, fire, plague, cannon the people shall die.


[source unidentified]

The city [Narbonne] captured through ruse and fraud,
trapped by means of a handsome youth:
assault mounted by the Robine near the Aude,
he and all dead because of a complete deception.


[after the life of St Louis of Toulouse, sometime heir to the thrones of Naples and Sicily]

A leader from Ausonia [Italy] shall go to Spain
by sea: he shall come to rest at Marseille.
Before his death he shall languish for a long time:
after his death a great miracle shall be seen.


[after the French expedition to Corsica of 1553, which was blockaded and starved out by the Italian Admiral Andrea Doria]

Gallic fleet, do not approach Corsica,
still less Sardinia, [or] you shall regret it:
every one of you shall die. Frustrated of succour, your snouts
shall swim in blood as captives. [But]You shall not believe me!


[after the invasion of Provence of 1524 by the renegade Constable Charles de Bourbon on behalf of the Emperor Charles V]

From Barcelona by sea [shall come] such a great army:
all Marseille shall quake with fear.
The Isles seized, help shut off by sea,
your betrayer shall sail overland [by canal and/or river].


[possibly after the Mirabilis Liber 1522/3]

At that time Cyprus shall be frustrated
of its relief by those of the Aegean Sea.
Old people killed: but by males depraved
their King seduced, [the] Queen more outraged.


[after the wild animals sent as gifts to François I via the Ottoman pirate Barbarossa in 1533 by Suleiman the Magnificent, then campaigning in Carmania (Persia), prior to the Ottoman fleet’s agreed occupation of Marseille against the Holy Roman Empire]

The great Satyr [Ape] and Tiger from Hyrcania,
as a gift [shall be] presented to those of the Ocean:
a naval chief shall set out from Carmania
who shall take [the] land from the ruler of Marseille.


[after Suetonius’s The Twelve Caesars (Augustus: 92)]

The tree that, dead for a long time, had withered
in one night shall become green again.
The King long ill, the prince’s foot is freed:
feared by foes, he shall make his sail resound.


[partly after Richard Roussat’s Livre de l’estat et mutations des temps of 1549/50]

The world close to the [its] final period,
Saturn shall be back again late:
power [having been] transferred to the Alpine nation,
the eye [shall be] plucked out at Narbonne by the Goshawk.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

In Avignon all the lords of the Empire
shall come to rest because of Paris being desolated.
Tricastin shall resist the Hannibalic ire:
Lyon shall be poorly consoled by the change.


[probably an original Nostradamian prediction]

After five hundred years, more account shall be taken of him
who was the adornment of his time:
then suddenly great light shall he give
which at that time shall make them most satisfied.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

The Moorish dispensation shall be seen to fail
in favour of another much more seductive.
Dnieper shall be the first to fail:
through gifts and speech another [shall seem] more attractive.


[after an unidentified incident dating astrologically from 1536]

The Chief of Fossano shall have his throat cut
by the master of [his] bloodhound[s] and greyhound[s],
the deed instigated by those of the Tarpeian Rock [the justices],
Saturn in Leo, February 13.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3 and Richard Roussat’s Livre de l’estat et mutations des temps of 1549/50]

A new dispensation shall occupy a new land
towards Syria, Judea and Palestine:
the great barbarian [Arab] empire shall decay,
before Phoebe [the moon] completes her age [in 1887].


[source unidentified]

Two royal brothers shall wage war so fiercely
that between them the war shall be so mortal
that each of them shall occupy strongholds:
over kingdom and life their great dispute shall be.


[after the Mirabilis Liber of 1522/3]

In the grassy fields of Alleins and Vernègues
[and] of the Luberon by the Durance,
on the battlefield the conflict shall be so bitter on both sides
[that] Mesopotamia [Babylon] shall collapse in France.


[after Julius Caesar’s De bello Gallico (Book VII), relating the victory of Vercingetorix at Gergovia in 52 BC]

Amongst the Gauls the last to be honoured
over the man [who is his] enemy shall be victorious,
[dispositions of] forces and terrain assessed in a flash,
when from an arrow-shot the envious one shall die.


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