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His enemies may have thought that his reputation would be buried in the barbarous territories beyond the Alps, and he would in any case be removed from the central arena. But Caesar saw his appointment as a great opportunity for advancement for it gave him the power not only to raise troops and gain victories which might rival Pompey, but also to amass a fortune, which he badly needed to avoid dependence on Crassus. Caesar felt it necessary to write an account of his remarkable nine years in this office.
The evidence for Caesar is clear enough, although he may deliberately have over-emphasized the strong connections between Britain and Gaul, to justify his invasion. There had been sporadic movements of peoples from Belgica and north-west Gaul into Britain within living memory and during his Gallic campaigns. But what was Caesar’s real reason for what, in the event, turned out to be a very hazardous and foolhardy venture? The first crossing was purely a rapid reconnaissance late in the season. It is evident that the traders were not prepared to give Caesar any helpful information (iv 20), and may have seen his action as damaging to their relationships with the Britons.
But such finds may not always be accidental losses, but rather the result of the widespread Celtic practice of casting valuable objects into rivers and lakes as sacrificial appeasement to the gods. There has recently been a swing away from the invasion theory26 which is considered by some to be still inhibited by ideas of Victorian colonial imperialism. At present, the pendulum is swinging back, but it will take some time to settle into a position which satisfies all the evidence. The fine pieces of metalwork found in Lincolnshire are now hailed as master-pieces of British art, and there are good reasons for thinking they are the products of local craftsmen.