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It marked the boundary between Italy, as controlled by Rome, and the Roman province of Cisalpine Gaul.
Second, on page 205 Goldsworthy, quoting Caesar from his De Bellico Gallo, states that in 58 BC when Helvetian tribes were moving to Cisalpine Gaul, Caesar moved his legions from Rome to the bank of the Rhone in eight days.
Titus Livius (64 or 59 BCE-17 CE) lived in the backwoods of Cisalpine Gaul, now northern Italy, and does not seem to have been engaged in the literary or political circles of Rome.
Narrator C: The following year, Caesar receives a military command that includes the Roman province of Cisalpine Gaul.