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The Helvetii were the last survivors of Celtic domination of Central Europe. Their deliberate slaughter, all 250,000 of them, men, women and children, was the work of Gaius Julius Caesar. The surrender of Vercingetorix to Julius Caesar. The conquests of Clovis, King of the Merovingian Franks.

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The Helvetii were the last survivors of Celtic domination of Central Europe.

Their deliberate slaughter, all 250,000 of them, men, women and children, was the work of Gaius Julius Caesar.

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Suetonius Paulinus the imperial governor returned from campaigning in Wales to London after hearing of the massacre of the IXth Legion at St. Albans by Boudicca and her Iceni Army. He then rejoined his main body of troops, Cavalry and Legionaries (plus Auxillary Hamian Archer) comprising of the XIVth Legion who were part of the XXth Legion (total of 10,000 men). With this army he later gave battle and defeated Boudicca. (This battle being fought in the midlands of England.)