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Their importance as bases for the penetration of hostile territory, or as outworks to
hold up an enemy invasion, was abundantly proved in the Samnite and Pyrrhic
wars. By the middle of the third century the network of Roman fortresses, which ...
If the Carthaginians injured themselves by undue Wars. Re- economy of effort in
the first war, they made amends by the determina- trosP"t- tion with which they
fought out the second war and by the blind heroism of their last stand against ...
CHAPTER XXIV THE WARS OF LUCULLUS, POMPEY AND CRASSUS § i. The
War against Q. Sertorius The Republic in need of peace. Renewal of warfare.
Sertorius rallies the Marian party in Spain. In the restoration period that followed
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