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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online.Vae victis is Latin for "Woe to the vanquished (ones)" or also "Woe to the conquered". In 387 BC, an army of Gauls led by Brennus attacked Rome, capturing all of the city except for the Capitoline Hill, which was successfully held against them. Brennus besieged the hill, and finally the Romans asked to ransom their city. Brennus demanded 1,000 pounds (327 kg) of gold, and the Romans agreed to his terms.
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