What is the result of Battle of Thapsus ?
After the battle, Caesar renewed Thapsus’ siege, which eventually fell. Cesare proceeded to Utica, where Cato the Younger was manned. At the news of the defeat of his allies, Cato committed suicide. Caesar was shocked by this and is reported by Plutarch he would have said: “Cato, I must grudge you for your death, as you spared me the honor of saving my life.”
The battle for peace in Africa preceded Caesar pulled out and returns to Rome on July 25 of the same year. The opposition, however, would have risen. Titus Labienus, the brothers of Pompeii and others had managed to escape the Hispania provinces. The civil war was not over, and the battle of Munda would soon follow. The Battle of Thapsus is generally regarded as marking the last large-scale use of war elephants in the West.