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After having seen Rome for the first time:
And can you, then, who have got such possessions and so many of them, covet our poor huts?
Had my lineage and rank been accompanied by only moderate success, I should have come to this city as friend rather than prisoner, and you would not have disdained to ally yourself peacefully with one so nobly born, the ruler of so many nations.
I had horses, arms, men, wealth. Are you surprised I am sorry to lose them? If you want to rule the world, does it follow that everyone else welcomes enslavement?
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Caratacus was a first-century British chieftain of the Catuvellauni tribe, who led the British resistance to the Roman conquest.
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