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Quote of the day: The one hope of Rome, Lucius Quinctius,

History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 22

Chapter 1: A cold spring for Hannibal and bad omens for Rome [217 BC]
Chapter 2: Hannibal marches through the Apennines [217 BC]
Chapter 3: Flaminius [217 BC]
Chapter 4: Hannibal sets up an ambuscade. [217 BC]
Chapter 5: The battle of lake Trasimenus [217 BC]
Chapter 6: The Romans defeated. [217 BC]
Chapter 7: Consequenses of the battle. [217 BC]
Chapter 8: Gaius Centenius defeated [217 BC]
Chapter 9: Religious ceremonies performed [217 BC]
Chapter 10: Many vows made to the gods [217 BC]
Chapter 11: First actions of the dictator [217 BC]
Chapter 12: Cunctator. [217 BC]
Chapter 13: Hannibal destroys the territory of Roman allies [217 BC]
Chapter 14: Minucius complains [217 BC]
Chapter 15: Mancinus defeated and killed. [217 BC]
Chapter 16: Hannibal is trapped. [217 BC]
Chapter 17: Hannibal tries a trick with oxen. [217 BC]
Chapter 18: Hannibal escapes and withdraws to Apulia. [217 BC]
Chapter 19: The Romans win a sea-battle in Spain. [217 BC]
Chapter 20: Roman successes in Spain [217 BC]
Chapter 21: Further disturbances in Spain. [217 BC]
Chapter 22: Abelux [217 BC]
Chapter 23: Problems of Fabius the dictator. [217 BC]
Chapter 24: Minucius wins a fight [217 BC]
Chapter 25: Fabius and the senate [217 BC]
Chapter 26: Fabius and Minucius share the power. [217 BC]
Chapter 27: The army is divided. [217 BC]
Chapter 28: The battle of Hannibal and Minucius starts [217 BC]
Chapter 29: Fabius rescues Minucius. [217 BC]
Chapter 30: Minucius submits to Fabius. [217 BC]
Chapter 31: Africa attacked [217 BC]
Chapter 32: Atilius and Servilius take the command [217 BC]
Chapter 33: Domestic problems and elections [217 BC]
Chapter 34: Speech of Varro [217 BC]
Chapter 35: Varro elected [217 BC]
Chapter 36: More soldiers and more omens. [217 BC]
Chapter 37: Gifts from Syracusa [217 BC]
Chapter 38: Start of the new consuls [216 BC]
Chapter 39: Fabius speaks to Paulus [216 BC]
Chapter 40: The consuls arrive at the camp [216 BC]
Chapter 41: Hannibal prepares an ambuscade [216 BC]
Chapter 42: The Romans want to start the attack [216 BC]
Chapter 43: Hannibal withdraws, the Romans follow [216 BC]
Chapter 44: Disagreement among the Romans [216 BC]
Chapter 45: The Romans prepare for battle [216 BC]
Chapter 46: The Carthaginians prepare for battle [216 BC]
Chapter 47: The battle of Cannae starts [216 BC]
Chapter 48: The Romans get surrounded [216 BC]
Chapter 49: The Romans defeated. [216 BC]
Chapter 50: A few Romans fight their way through the enemy [216 BC]
Chapter 51: The battle-field. [216 BC]
Chapter 52: The camps were taken and prisoners made. [216 BC]
Chapter 53: Scipio stops a flight from Rome. [216 BC]
Chapter 54: Panic in Rome [216 BC]
Chapter 55: Fabius takes the lead. [216 BC]
Chapter 56: Sicily attacked [216 BC]
Chapter 57: Several measures [216 BC]
Chapter 58: A bargain about ransoms is proposed [216 BC]
Chapter 59: A delegate of the prisoners speaks [216 BC]
Chapter 60: Speech of Manlius on the ransoms [216 BC]
Chapter 61: The proposal is rejected. Some allies desert. [216 BC]