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" ... of the line being strongly formed by the infantry, so that both extremities of it were composed of Africans, between which Gauls and Spaniards were placed. One would suppose the Africans were for the most part Romans, they were so equipped with arms... "
The History of Rome - Pagina 67
di Livy - 1823
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Livy, Volume 4

Livy - 1834
...occupied the left wing near the bank, opposite the Roman cavalry, and the Numidian horse the right ; the infantry forming the centre in such a manner, that...partly at the Trebia, but the greater part at the Thrasymenns. The shields of the Gauls and Spaniards were nearly of the same make ; their swords were...
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The history of Rome. Tr. with notes, by D. Spillan (C. Edmonds, W.A. McDevitte).

Titus Livius - 1849
...Africans were for the most part Romans, they were so equipped with arms captured at 'the Trebia, and for the greater part at the Trasimenus. The shields of the Gauls and Spaniards were of the same shape; their swords unequal and dissimilar. The Gauls had very long ones, without points....
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The universal anthology, a collection of the best literature, with ..., Volume 5

Richard Garnett - 1899
...SOLDIER. 61 for the most part Romans, they were so equipped with arms captured at the Trebia, and for the greater part at the Trasimenus. The shields of the Gauls and Spaniards were of the same shape, their swords unequal and dissimilar. The Gauls had very long ones, without points....
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The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from ..., Volume 2

Richard Garnett - 1899 - 9822 pagine
...Africans were for the most part Romans, they were so equipped with arms captured at the Trebia, and for the greater part at the Trasimenus. The shields of the Gauls and Spaniards were of the same shape, their swords unequal and dissimilar. The Gauls had very long ones, without points....
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The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient ...

Richard Garnett, Léon Vallée, Alois Brandl - 1899
...Africans were for the most part Romans, they were so equipped with arms captured at the Trebia, and for the greater part at the Trasimenus. The shields of the Gauls and Spaniards were of the same shape, their swords unequal and dissimilar. The Gauls had very long ones, without points....
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Masterpieces of Latin Literature: Terence: Lucretius: Catullus: Virgil ...

Gordon Jennings Laing - 1903 - 496 pagine
...occupied the left wing near the bank, opposite the Roman cavalry, and the Numidian horse the right ; the infantry forming the centre in such a manner that...furnished in great abundance with the arms taken partly at Trebia, but the greater part at Trasimenus. The shields of the Gauls and Spaniards were nearly of the...
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