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History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 21

Chapter 1: Introduction and youth of Hannibal
Chapter 2: Hasdrubal [218 BC]
Chapter 3: Hannibal to succeed Hasdrubal [218 BC]
Chapter 4: Hannibal's character [218 BC]
Chapter 5: Hannibal conquers some Spanish tribes [218 BC]
Chapter 6: Saguntum asks for help. Rome sends an embassy. [218 BC]
Chapter 7: Siege of Saguntum [218 BC]
Chapter 8: Siege of Saguntum (cont.) [218 BC]
Chapter 9: The embassy of Rome goes to Carthago [218 BC]
Chapter 10: Hanno wants peace with Rome [218 BC]
Chapter 11: No peace. The siege continues. [218 BC]
Chapter 12: Negotiations [218 BC]
Chapter 13: Speech of Alorcus [218 BC]
Chapter 14: Saguntum taken [218 BC]
Chapter 15: Discussion about the time-table. [218 BC]
Chapter 16: Anxiety in Rome [218 BC]
Chapter 17: The consuls divide tasks and armies [218 BC]
Chapter 18: An embassy goes to Carthage. War declared. [218 BC]
Chapter 19: Rome looks for allies in Spain [218 BC]
Chapter 20: Rome looks for allies in Gaul [218 BC]
Chapter 21: Hannibal prepares for war [218 BC]
Chapter 22: Hasdrubal gets Spain [218 BC]
Chapter 23: Hannibal cosses the Iberus [218 BC]
Chapter 24: Hannibal cosses the Pyrenees. [218 BC]
Chapter 25: Revolt of the Boii [218 BC]
Chapter 26: The crossing of the Rhone [218 BC]
Chapter 27: The crossing of the Rhone (cont.) [218 BC]
Chapter 28: The crossing of the Rhone (cont.) [218 BC]
Chapter 29: A cavalery fight. [218 BC]
Chapter 30: Speech of Hannibal [218 BC]
Chapter 31: Through the country of the Allobroges [218 BC]
Chapter 32: Hannibal starts the crossing of the Alps. [218 BC]
Chapter 33: Hannibal crossed the Alps: the first days. [218 BC]
Chapter 34: Hannibal crossed the Alps: Attacks. [218 BC]
Chapter 35: Hannibal crossed the Alps: The summit is passed. [218 BC]
Chapter 36: Snow, ice and slopes. [218 BC]
Chapter 37: A rock has to be removed. [218 BC]
Chapter 38: Hannibal crossed the Alps and reaches Italy [218 BC]
Chapter 39: Hannibal in the North of Italy [218 BC]
Chapter 40: Speech of Scipio [218 BC]
Chapter 41: Speech of Scipio (cont.) [218 BC]
Chapter 42: His prisoners-of-war join Hannibal [218 BC]
Chapter 43: Speech of Hannibal [218 BC]
Chapter 44: Preparations for battle. [218 BC]
Chapter 45: The battle of Ticinus [218 BC]
Chapter 46: The Romans withdraw, Hannibal follows. [218 BC]
Chapter 47: Crossing the Po [218 BC]
Chapter 48: The Gauls revolt, Clastidium betrayed [218 BC]
Chapter 49: Attack of Lilybaeum [218 BC]
Chapter 50: The Carthagians beaten at Lilybaeum. [218 BC]
Chapter 51: Sempronius conquers Melita and goes north. [218 BC]
Chapter 52: Preliminary actions. [218 BC]
Chapter 53: Disagreement among the consuls [218 BC]
Chapter 54: An ambush is prepared. [218 BC]
Chapter 55: The battle of Trebia [218 BC]
Chapter 56: The Romans beaten. [218 BC]
Chapter 57: Some further actions. [218 BC]
Chapter 58: A storm attacks Hannibal [218 BC]
Chapter 59: Battle of Placentia [218 BC]
Chapter 60: Scipio in Spain. Battle of Scissis [218 BC]
Chapter 61: Scipio defeats Hanno in Spain [218 BC]
Chapter 62: Omens. The Sibylline books consulted [218 BC]
Chapter 63: On Flaminius [218 BC]