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Thus the war dragged on until 134, when its conduct was entrusted to P.
Cornelius Scipio Aemilianus, a grandson by adoption of Scipio Africanus, who
had already earned fame as the destroyer of Carthage (p. 192). With the help of
the loyal ...
If the Carthaginians injured themselves by undue Wart. Re- economy of effort in
the first war, they made amends by the determina- * tion with which they fought
out the second war and by the blind heroism of their last stand against Rome ;
THE WARS OF LUcULLUS, POMPEY AND cRASSUS § 1. THE WAR AGAINST Q
. SERTORIUS The Re- IN the restoration period that followed the dictatorship of
Sulla public the foremost need of the Roman republic was to rest and recover in ...
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