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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of vercingetorix:
/vɹ̩sɪnd͡ʒɛtɹ̩ɪks/

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  1. Vercingetorix
  2. One man, Vercingetorix, was chosen to lead this revolt.
  3. After a series of successful encounters, Vercingetorix was pinned down at the fortress of Alesia
  4. In charge of some 60,000 men and having the advantage of higher ground, Vercingetorix
  5. With no real chance of escaping, Vercingetorix surrendered the following day.
  6. Vercingetorix had unified the remaining Gaulic tribes against Rome. After some battling back and forth,
  7. Vercingetorix camped out on the fortified hill city of Alesia. Now, Caesar needed to surround and wall off the city to starve it out,
  8. Remember Vercingetorix?
  9. Six years ago, Vercingetorix lead a united Gallic army that almost succeeded in pushing
  10. Caesar eventually captured Vercingetorix and defeated the united Gallic army, after which
  11. For the intervening six years, which included the entirety of the Roman Civil War, Vercingetorix
  12. This Roman tendency towards humiliation and cruelty extended Vercingetorix's life six
  13. King of the Gauls, Vercingetorix.
  14. After this bit of public humiliation, Vercingetorix, the so-called King of the Gauls, having played
  15. This was Vercingetorix's situation in 52 B.C.E. His opponent was Julius Caesar. This was the
  16. This is how Vercingetorix responded to his situation. He pulled his men back to a highly
  17. His logic was this: If Caesar was foolish enough to attack the fort, Vercingetorix still
  18. foolish enough to wait around, Vercingetorix's reinforcements would arrive, and Caesar would
  19. be up against two armies instead of one. You can see that Vercingetorix was trying his
  20. He stole Vercingetorix's tactical advantage out from under him. Now, if Vercingetorix