Just before their military confrontation, Caesar responds to Ariovistus’s justification of his policy towards the Aedui.
Critognatus’s speech against Rome
Faunus’s prophecy about the glorious future of Rome under the reign of a new emperor, probably Nero
Corydon wants to prove to his patron Meliboeus that himself and his brother Amyntas are able to compose a poem for the ruling emperor
Augustus as emperor on earth, Christ as emperor in heaven
The punishment of thieves
Roman laws and biblical laws