|Latin Text||English Names|
|Commentariorum De Bello Gallico Libri VIII||The Gallic Wars|
|Commentariorum De Bello Civili Libri III||The Civil Wars|
|Commentarii De Bello Alexandrino Liber Unus||The Alexandrian War|
|Commentarii De Bello Africano Liber Unus||The African War|
|Commentarii De Bello Hispaniensi Liber Unus||The Hispanic War|
NOTE: Book VIII of the Gallic Wars, and the Alexandrian War, are now almost universally believed to have been written by Aulus Hirtius, a lieutenant of Caesar in Gaul, and consul in 43 B.C., the year after Caesar's assassination. He died leading his troops against Mark Antony, who was besieging Mutina.
The African and Hispanic Wars are believed to have been written by officers who clearly took part in them, but who didn't possess quite the same level of writing ability of Caesar, or even Hirtius.
— Brian Kleeman