La Mythologie du Rhin (1862), 98. The Rhine, remembering Caesar's defeat of Germanicus and his being shamed as part of a triumph in Rome, the pitiless Rhine forbade the Roman gods from crossing into Germany. — an example of Santine's tone and argument.by Gustave Doré (1832-83 from X. B. Santine's
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Santine, X. B. La Mythologie du Rhin. Paris: L. Hachette, 1862. Internet Archive version of a copy in the library of the University of Oxford. Web. 22 February 2014.
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