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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