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Julius Caesar: The African War.

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The African War (Latin: Bellum Africum or De Bello Africo) is a sequel to Caesar's commentaries dealing with the African campaign of 47-46 BC. It is generally thought to have been drafted by one of Caesar's officers.

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Free online texts

Internet Classics Archive: The African Wars, translated by W. A. McDevitte and W. S. Bohn. HTML and TXT formats.

LacusCurtius: The African War. Latin text and English translation by A.G. Way. HTML format.

Latin Library: De Bello Africo. Latin text. HTML format.

Wikisource: Julius Caesar: The African War. (attributed; possibly written by Aulus Hirtius or Gaius Oppius), translated by William Alexander McDevitte and W. S. Bohn. Online with PDF/MOBI/EPUB downloads available.

Other Resources

HistoryNet: Gaius Julius Caesar’s African Campaign - The Campaign to Destroy the Allies of Gnaeus Pompeius Magnus, by Jonas Goldstein.

Wikipedia: De Bello Africo.

The Great Conversation: Further reading at Tom's Learning Notes

Caesar: Commentaries on The Gallic War.

Caesar: Commentaries on the Civil War.

Caesar: The Alexandrian War.

Caesar: The Spanish War.

Plutarch: Life of Caesar in the Parallel Lives.

Suetonius: Life of Caesar in Lives of the Twelve Caesars.

Samuel Butler: Atlas of Ancient Geography, particularly Africa (3.2 MB) 

Latin Resources: Online materials for learning Latin.

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