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History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 26

Chapter 1: Appointments [211 BC]
Chapter 2: A letter of Marcius; Gnaeus Fuvius on trial. [211 BC]
Chapter 3: Gnaeus Fulvius in exile. [211 BC]
Chapter 4: The siege of Capua [211 BC]
Chapter 5: Hannibal tries to break the siege of Capua. [211 BC]
Chapter 6: The siege is not broken. [211 BC]
Chapter 7: Hannibal starts the attack on Rome. [211 BC]
Chapter 8: Deliberations at Rome. [211 BC]
Chapter 9: The marches of Hannibal and Fulvius. Panic in Rome. [211 BC]
Chapter 10: Some fights. The panic in Rome continues. [211 BC]
Chapter 11: Hannibal retreats. [211 BC]
Chapter 12: Capua in great trouble. [211 BC]
Chapter 13: Speech of Virrius. [211 BC]
Chapter 14: Suicide of Virrius; surrender of Capua. [211 BC]
Chapter 15: Many Capuans killed by Fulvius. [211 BC]
Chapter 16: The fate of Capua. [211 BC]
Chapter 17: Nero goes to Spain and is tricked by Hasdrubal. [211 BC]
Chapter 18: Scipio elected as proconsul for Spain. [211 BC]
Chapter 19: Scipio goes to Spain. [211 BC]
Chapter 20: Tarentum. [211 BC]
Chapter 21: An ovation for Marcellus. [211 BC]
Chapter 22: Election of the consuls [210 BC]
Chapter 23: Prodigies and Elections. [210 BC]
Chapter 24: Laevinus forms an alliance with the Aetolians. [210 BC]
Chapter 25: Actions of Philip of Macedonia [210 BC]
Chapter 26: Laevinus conquers Anticyra. The Sicilians complain about Marcellus. [210 BC]
Chapter 27: A fire in Rome, caused by Capuans. [210 BC]
Chapter 28: Appointments [210 BC]
Chapter 29: The Sicilians complain of Marcellus [210 BC]
Chapter 30: The complaints of the Sicilians. [210 BC]
Chapter 31: Marcellus defends himself. [210 BC]
Chapter 32: The senate decides. [210 BC]
Chapter 33: Complaints of the Capuans. [210 BC]
Chapter 34: The inhabitants of Capua are punished. [210 BC]
Chapter 35: Rome runs out of money. [210 BC]
Chapter 36: Laevinus says the leading people should set an example, which happens. [210 BC]
Chapter 37: The military situation. [210 BC]
Chapter 38: The Romans conquer Salapia. [210 BC]
Chapter 39: An attempt to supply the citadel of Tarentum with food fails. [210 BC]
Chapter 40: Agrigentum taken. [210 BC]
Chapter 41: Scipio speaks to the Spanish army. [210 BC]
Chapter 42: Scipio plans to attack New Carthage [210 BC]
Chapter 43: Scipio encourages his soldiers. [210 BC]
Chapter 44: The attack begins. [210 BC]
Chapter 45: The first attack is not successful. [210 BC]
Chapter 46: New Carthage is conquered. [210 BC]
Chapter 47: The booty. [210 BC]
Chapter 48: Rewards for courage are given. [210 BC]
Chapter 49: Hostages [210 BC]
Chapter 50: The bride of Allucius [210 BC]
Chapter 51: After conquering New Carthage. [210 BC]