Veni Vidi Vici, the history behind the legend - Part III
The blood of my enemies stains my body and sandals, but not my mind; the longed-for revenge ended fiercely here in Zela. I believed in certain death and instead Julius Caesar, the greatest military commander, arrived with all his strength and wisdom. I was promoted to the head of the 25th LEGION, I Gravis Metalicus the man of war of the Roman Empire.
“We were outnumbered, we were tired, we were in hostile lands, we came from a defeat but, we are legionaries, we are a family, we are Romans and we could not allow the sacrifices of our brothers to remain in vain. Here, on this hill, we have shown once again that being a winner, a lion, is not achieved with cunning or shortcuts but with dedications, physical and mental exercises. There are no limits to those who have a goal and who are we to set them?
We were outnumbered, we were tired, we were in hostile lands, but
VENI VIDI VICI (I came, I saw, I conquered)
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