The battle came down to the wire. It looked like it might be a draw but on the bottom half of Turn 15 (the last turn) the Romans on the right ford killed the Gauls that were holding that side of the river.
I took more pictures but the battlefield didn't change much except for unit removal as both sides attempted to remain at the ford crossings.
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|The Gauls start the battle deployed on the Northern edge and advance.|
|The Romans arrive and the Tribune orders the Cavalry to seize the fords at once.|
|The Roman Ballistae Battery opens up.|
|The ballistae continues to rain death on the approaching Gauls.|
|The Roman commander hovered between both fords to direct the battle and to serve as a ready reserve should one side fall.|
|On the bottom half of turn 15 the Roman unit killed the Gauls holding the ford.|