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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-468

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470 THE SCHOOL respects is this description of his character contradicted by Poly- hi us account What is Niebuhr's opinion of Hannibal Cum hoc Hasdrubale foedus renovaverat populus Romanus"-Mention the date and provisions of this treaty How many previous treaties had existed between the Romans and Carthaginians In what light does Niebuhr regard Livy's minute account of the siege of Saguntum Describe thefalarica What made it so formidable Quote passage from Virgil where it is mentioned Of how many soldiers did the Roman Legion consist at this time and at different periods Mention its subdivisions "Idibus Marliis What day is meant How did the Romans divide the month Where according to Niebuhr did Hannibal cross the Alps On what ground is his opinion based 10 Translate Quum Hanno perorasset nemini omnium certare oratione cum eo necesse fuit adeo prope omnis senatus Hannibalis erat in- festiusque locutum arguebant Hannonem quam Flaccum Vale- rium legatum liomamini Responsum inde Romanis legatis est Helium ortum Saguntinis non ab Hannibale esse Populum Romanum iniuste facere si Saguntinos vetustissima Carthaginien- stum societati prteponat Dum Romani tempus terunt legationi- bus mittendis Hannibal quia fessum militem proeliis operibusque habebat paucorum iis dierum quietem dedit stationibus ad cus- todiam vinearum aliorumque operum dispositis Interim animos eorum nunc ira in bostes stimulando nunc spe praemiorum accen- dit Ut vero pro concione praedam captae urbis edixit militum fore adeo accensi omnes sunt ut si extemplo signum datum esset nulla vi resisti videretur posse Saguntini ut prccliis qui etem habuerant nec lacessentes nec lacessiti per aliquot dies ita non nocte non die unquam cessaverant ab opere ut novum murum ab ea parte qua patefactum oppidum ruinis erat reficerent Inde oppugnatio eos aliquanto atrocior quam ante adorta est nec qua primum aut potissimum parte ferrent opem quum omnia varus clamoribus streperent satis scire poterant Ipse Hannibal qua turris mobilis omnia munimenta urbis superans altitudine
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