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Yet the treaties entered into by the Romans being bilateral, their allies were not
normally permitted to be allies one with another as well ; in this sense, there was
no confederacy in Roman Italy. Like the Latins, these other allies had to provide ...
And then Philip decided that the Romans' crushing defeat by Carthage at
Cannae had given him the opportunity to check them; so he concluded a treaty of
mutual assistance with Hannibal (215). In fact neither of the two new allies gave
In particular, arbitrary measures had been taken by Roman officials, from whose
heavy-handed treatment the allies now felt an urgent desire to seek protection.
Scipio Aemilianus, who had commanded Latin and Italian soldiers in addition to ...
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