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" The shout being raised, the auxiliaries advanced, and the fight commenced, first, between the light-armed troops; then the left wing, consisting of Gallic and Spanish cavalry, engaged with the right wing of the Romans ; but not in the usual method of... "
The History of Rome - Pagina 67
di Livy - 1823
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The history of Rome, tr.., with notes, by G. Baker, Volumi 3-4

Titus Livius - 1822
...and by driving great quantities of sand into their faces, prevented them from seeing clearly. XLV1I. The shout being raised, the auxiliaries advanced,...wing of the Romans ; but not in the usual method of righting between horsemen, for they were obliged to engage front to front, no room having been left...
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Livy, Volume 4

Livy - 1834
...and, by driving great quantities of sand into their faces, prevented them from seeing clearly. 47. The shout being raised, the auxiliaries advanced,...on one side, and the line of infantry on the other, confining them, so that they could only push directly forward ; at last, the horses being pressed together...
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Masterpieces of Latin Literature: Terence: Lucretius: Catullus: Virgil ...

Gordon Jennings Laing - 1903 - 496 pagine
...Romans ; and, by driving great quantities of sand into their faces, prevented them from seeing clearly. The shout being raised, the auxiliaries advanced,...between horsemen, for they were obliged to engage front 1 A brother of Hannibal. 2 One of the most efficient of Hannibal's officers. to front, no room having...
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