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 Also in March, Caesar marches almost unopposed through Pannonia and Dalmatia and conquers everything along the Danube river, but does not cross into Dacian lands yet. The Dacian king, Comosicus, begins calling up an army to counter Caesar'​s moves in Dalmatia but he still feels relatively safe behind the Danube where he believes the Romans won't be able to cross without major trouble. As a result the Dacians only call up 25,000 men and don't really prepare for a major battle. Comosicus also sends an ambassador, Duritista, to conclude a peace treaty with the Romans in late October. Initially, Caesar seems receptive to Duritista’s offer, but actually, according to the Roman historian, Livy (who is traveling with the army), Caesar is stalling for time so as to keep the Dacian king complacent until he can figure out a plan for crossing the Danube. Caesar begins to build forts and other fortifications along the Danube to protect the border while scouting for a suitable place for a bridge... Also in March, Caesar marches almost unopposed through Pannonia and Dalmatia and conquers everything along the Danube river, but does not cross into Dacian lands yet. The Dacian king, Comosicus, begins calling up an army to counter Caesar'​s moves in Dalmatia but he still feels relatively safe behind the Danube where he believes the Romans won't be able to cross without major trouble. As a result the Dacians only call up 25,000 men and don't really prepare for a major battle. Comosicus also sends an ambassador, Duritista, to conclude a peace treaty with the Romans in late October. Initially, Caesar seems receptive to Duritista’s offer, but actually, according to the Roman historian, Livy (who is traveling with the army), Caesar is stalling for time so as to keep the Dacian king complacent until he can figure out a plan for crossing the Danube. Caesar begins to build forts and other fortifications along the Danube to protect the border while scouting for a suitable place for a bridge...
  
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