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History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 23

Chapter 1: Compsa and Naples. [216 BC]
Chapter 2: Intrigues of Pacuvius Calavius at Capua [216 BC]
Chapter 3: Caluvius tricks the people of Capua [216 BC]
Chapter 4: Towards treason [216 BC]
Chapter 5: Speech of Terentius [216 BC]
Chapter 6: Ambassadors are sent to Hannibal [216 BC]
Chapter 7: Decius Magius does not agree [216 BC]
Chapter 8: Perolla considers murdering Hannibal [216 BC]
Chapter 9: His father persuades him not to do it [216 BC]
Chapter 10: The fate of Decius Magius. [216 BC]
Chapter 11: Mago reports in Carthage [216 BC]
Chapter 12: Hanno is not convinced. [216 BC]
Chapter 13: Reinforcement will be sent to Hannibal [216 BC]
Chapter 14: Hannibal marches against Nola. [216 BC]
Chapter 15: Nuceria falls. Activities at Nola. [216 BC]
Chapter 16: Marcellus beats Hanibal at Nola [216 BC]
Chapter 17: Acerrae falls. Casilinum threatened [216 BC]
Chapter 18: Casilinum defended vigorously. Hannibal retreats. [216 BC]
Chapter 19: Casilinum besieged again and conquered [215 BC]
Chapter 20: The Petilini threatened. Rome cabn give no aid. [215 BC]
Chapter 21: Scarcity everywhere [216 BC]
Chapter 22: A dictator is appointed for selecting new senators [216 BC]
Chapter 23: After selection he abdicates. [216 BC]
Chapter 24: Postumius defeated and killed in Gaul [216 BC]
Chapter 25: Considerations of the senate. [216 BC]
Chapter 26: Hasdrubal is threatened. [216 BC]
Chapter 27: Hasdrubal is succesful and has to go to Italy [216 BC]
Chapter 28: Himilco is sent with an army to Spain. Hasdrubal marches North. [216 BC]
Chapter 29: Battle of Ibera. Hasdrubal defeated. [216 BC]
Chapter 30: Hannibal conquers Petilia, Consentia and Croton. [216 BC]
Chapter 31: Decisions are made [215 BC]
Chapter 32: Further decisions are made. [215 BC]
Chapter 33: Philip of Macedonia sents ambassadors to Hannibal, and a treaty is made. [215 BC]
Chapter 34: When returning the embassy is captured by the Romans [215 BC]
Chapter 35: Sempronius defeats the Campanians [215 BC]
Chapter 36: Hannibal attacks Cumae [215 BC]
Chapter 37: Hannibal withdraws from Cumae, Hanno defeated [215 BC]
Chapter 38: The captured ambassadors are interrogated [215 BC]
Chapter 39: Philip sents a new embassy to Hannibal [215 BC]
Chapter 40: Sardinia reconquered [215 BC]
Chapter 41: Hasdrubal captured, Appius Claudius not succesful [215 BC]
Chapter 42: The samnites complain to Hannibal [215 BC]
Chapter 43: Hannibal moves towards Nola. Hanno speaks to Bassus [215 BC]
Chapter 44: The battle near Nola begins. [215 BC]
Chapter 45: The generals encourage their soldiers [215 BC]
Chapter 46: Hannibals withdraws. Fabius moves towards Capua. [215 BC]
Chapter 47: Duel of Asellus and Taurea [215 BC]
Chapter 48: Shortages in Rome and the provinces [215 BC]
Chapter 49: The Carthaginians defeated in Spain [215 BC]