When did Julius Caesar use the words "Veni, vidi, vici"?

After a quick victory over the King of Pontus
After crossing Rubicon river
After entering to Egypt
After winning Gaul
In 47 p.n.e. King of Pontus Phar­naces II chal­lenged Rome. Caesar led the flashy five-day campaign ended with a decisive victory at Zela. In a letter to the Senate he summed it up "I came; I saw; I con­quered".

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After a quick victory over the King of Pontus
After crossing Rubicon river
After entering to Egypt
After winning Gaul
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men29%
women25%
After a quick victory over the King of Pontus
29%
25%
After crossing Rubicon river
19%
30%
After entering to Egypt
9%
12%
After winning Gaul
42%
31%

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