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History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 24

Chapter 1: Fall of Rhegium. [215 BC]
Chapter 2: Fall of Croto, except the citadel [215 BC]
Chapter 3: The citadel falls as well. [215 BC]
Chapter 4: Death of Hiero of Syracuse [215 BC]
Chapter 5: A conspiracy against Hieronymus is discovered [215 BC]
Chapter 6: Hieronymus starts negotiations with Hannibal. [215 BC]
Chapter 7: Hieronymus murdered. Elections in Rome. [215 BC]
Chapter 8: Speech of Fabius Maximus [215 BC]
Chapter 9: New elections [215 BC]
Chapter 10: Further elections and prodigies. [215 BC]
Chapter 11: The state of the nation. [215 BC]
Chapter 12: Capua fears an attack [214 BC]
Chapter 13: Ambassadors from Tarentum visit Hannibal. Nola threatened. [214 BC]
Chapter 14: Gracchus promises freedom to his 2 legions of slaves. [214 BC]
Chapter 15: The battle near Beneventum [214 BC]
Chapter 16: Gracchus wins. The slaves are set free. [214 BC]
Chapter 17: Nola attacked. Hannibal defeated. [214 BC]
Chapter 18: Actions of the censors. [214 BC]
Chapter 19: Fabius conquers Casilinum [214 BC]
Chapter 20: The Romans conquer a few cities. Hannibal moves against Tarentum. [214 BC]
Chapter 21: The murderers try to get the power in Syracuse [214 BC]
Chapter 22: Andranodorus gives u the citadel of Syracuse. [214 BC]
Chapter 23: A new gouvernement is chosen in Syracuse. [214 BC]
Chapter 24: A plot of Andranodorus and Themistus misfires [214 BC]
Chapter 25: Sopater defends the killing of Andranodorus and Themistus [214 BC]
Chapter 26: The whole family of Hiero is murdered. [214 BC]
Chapter 27: Epicydes and Hippocrates elected praetor [214 BC]
Chapter 28: Considerations of an assembly. [214 BC]
Chapter 29: Problems between Syracuse and Rome arise. [214 BC]
Chapter 30: Leontini retaken by the Romans [214 BC]
Chapter 31: Epicydes and Hippocrates cause problems. [214 BC]
Chapter 32: Epicydes and Hippocrates take over Syracuse [214 BC]
Chapter 33: Negotiations and start of the siege of Syracuse. [214 BC]
Chapter 34: Archimedes [214 BC]
Chapter 35: Actions of Himilco. [214 BC]
Chapter 36: Further actions on Sicily. [214 BC]
Chapter 37: Enna threatened [214 BC]
Chapter 38: Pinarius speaks to his soldiers [214 BC]
Chapter 39: Pinarius keeps Enna. [214 BC]
Chapter 40: First Macedonian War. 214 BC: Apollonia [214 BC]
Chapter 41: The war in Spain in 214 [214 BC]
Chapter 42: The war in Spain: Saguntum retaken. [214 BC]
Chapter 43: Elections in Rome [214 BC]
Chapter 44: The provinces are allotted. [214 BC]
Chapter 45: Altisius offers to betray Arpi. [213 BC]
Chapter 46: Arpi entered. [213 BC]
Chapter 47: Arpi taken; a fire in Rome. [213 BC]
Chapter 48: Syphax becomes an ally. [213 BC]
Chapter 49: Syphax beaten by Masinissa [213 BC]