Lectures Upon Portions Of History, With Historical Outlines by Henry BostwickLectures Upon Portions Of History, With Historical Outlines by Henry Bostwick

Lectures Upon Portions Of History, With Historical Outlines

byHenry Bostwick

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1838. Excerpt: ... fenTMndhim-that?e from the condition of a great empire to that of an Me Carthage, af-humble city, at the mercy of the conqueror. ter Hannibal had harassed ihem in Italy i5 years. Jtomans send ar-Notwithstanding the victories of Trebia, Thrasymene( tha?etmipniS,a£ Cannse, &c, and the victorious career of Hannibal in Italy young 8c1pio'a-for fifteen years, the Romans found armies to send into the?s death, con-Spain, which, after some disasters, the young Scipio subquers Spain, and dued; signally avenging the slaughter of his father, un passes into Afn-, ',& J .-_J?,,.", ca. where he ac-clc, and two Roman armies. With great difficulty, he 2f AfticanusOhethen obtained leave of the Roman senate to pass over to eider.) By con-Africa; and there Hannibal, who was recalled from Italy Kom'e"r«comesan to defend Carthage, was defeated in the fatal field of Zama, S?ePrre' TeioTes A'M-3803-This (as observed above) at once raised powerful in Rome to the rank of an empire, while Carthage only ex Greec egypt, t istecl to tremble and obey 55 years longer, and was then csrtu""-destroyed, A.M. 3858, in the third Punic war, by Scipio strayed 358. Africanus the younger. Third Punic. Romans have to After Spain was transferred to Rome, it cost the Rottaui";an1d"oftei mans many hard efforts to subdue the interior and distant reconquer Spain nations (Celtibeti, &c.) who long resisted, and often reafter they get it i ii J from Carthage, belled. Numamia.-Re-38(54. Numantia, a city in the interior, assisted by the to'ssTS'viria4 Celtiberi and Lusitani, baffled the Roman arms fourteen thus was at flrst years. The celebrated Viriathus was leader of the SpaniehaederBenera,aDd ish confederacy, till he was treacherously killed. Sertorius.-Gen-Eight years, from 3923 to 393...
Title:Lectures Upon Portions Of History, With Historical OutlinesFormat:PaperbackDimensions:70 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.15 inPublished:February 3, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217501729

ISBN - 13:9780217501729