After Dyrrachium Caesar's cause was deemed lost, and how soon Pharsalus made him master of the world!
Csar followed him and defeated his followers near Pharsalus.
After Pharsalus he became reconciled to Caesar, who made him one of his legates.
Caesar at Pharsalus, for similar reasons, did not hesitate to decrease his depth.
Cannae and Pharsalus, are sufficient to illustrate ancient combat.
After the battle of Pharsalus, he was commissioned to transport some recently levied troops to Illyricum.
At Pharsalus, Pompey and his army counted on a cavalry corps turning and taking Caesar in the rear.
When he had come to Pharsalus and collected his army there, he marched straight to attack Alexander.
In Pharsalus he put to death Polydamas and eight other of the best citizens; and from Larissa he drove many into exile.
The chiefs of the party looked upon him with suspicion, and he was not present at the battle of Pharsalus.