Livy, books xxi-xxiv, with Engl. notes

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Page 72 - ... by the weight of its charge, and drove back the Gauls and Spaniards into the rear of their own line. Meanwhile, its victorious advance had carried it, like the English column at Fontenoy, into the midst of Hannibal's army ; it had passed between the African infantry on its right and left, and now, whilst its head was struggling against the Gauls and Spaniards, its long flanks were fiercely assailed by the Africans, who, facing about to the right and left, charged it home, and threw it into utter...
Page 96 - Minucius, convocatis militibus, " sœpe ego," inquit, " audivi, milites, eum primum esse virum, qui ipse consulat, quid in rem sit, secundum eum, qui bene monenti obediat ; qui nec ipse consulere nec 25 alteri parere sciat, eum extremi ingenii esse.
Page 71 - Senatum praetores per dies aliquot ab orto usque ad occidentem solem in curia retinent, consultantes quonam duce aut...
Page 67 - Trasumennus subit. Via tantum interest perangusta, velut ad id ipsum de industria relicto spatio; deinde paulo latior patescit campus; inde colles insurgunt.
Page 26 - Postero die profectus adversa ripa Rhodani mediterranea Gallise petit, non quia rectior ad Alpes via esset, sed quantum a mari recessisset, minus obvium fore Romanum credens, cum quo, prius20 quam in Italiam ventum foret, non erat in animo manus conserere.
Page 64 - Postremo Decembri iam mense ad aedem Saturni Romae immolatum est, lectisterniumque imperatum ([et] 20 eum lectum senatores straverunt) et convivium publicum, ac per urbem Saturnalia diem ac noctem clamata, populusque eum diem festum habere ac servare in perpetuum iussus.
Page 133 - THE NEW SCHOOL - HISTORY OF ENGLAND, from Early Writers and the National Records. By the Author of
Page 68 - ... apparuitque nullam nisi in dextera ferroque salutis spem esse, tum sibi quisque dux adhortatorque factus ad rem gerendam et nova de integro exorta pugna est — non...
Page 153 - Romanorum amissis; sed sive tanta sive minor victoria fuit, ingens eo die res, ac nescio an maxima illo bello, gesta est: non vinci enim ab Hannibale vincentibus difficilius fuit quam postea vincere.
Page 59 - Romse ac circa urbem multa ea hieme prodigia facta, aut, quod evenire solet( motis semel in religionem...

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