On the site of Alesia stands a monument erected by the French to the memory of the brave Gallic hero.
The Lady Alesia was looking on, and Philippa stood behind with the maids.
However, the chief part of those who then escaped, fled with the king to the city of Alesia.
For thus he had remembered Joan and Alesia; and thus they remembered him.
Moreover, the Romans at Uxellodunum were not in the same situation as at Alesia.
The fall of Alesia was followed by the submission of the Ædui and Arvemi.
Never since Caesar besieged Alesia had works upon so gigantic a scale been constructed.
Alesia belonged to the Mandubii, who were dependants of the Ædui.
The artificers of Alesia plated copper with leaf-silver, to ornament horses bits and trappings.
With the fall of Alesia, the subjugation of Gaul was practically completed.