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History of Rome (Ab Urbe Condita) by Livy

Translated by Rev. Canon Roberts

Chapter index of Book 27

Chapter 1: Salapia recovered, Gnaeus Fulvius defeated [210 BC]
Chapter 2: Marcellus defeats Hannibal [210 BC]
Chapter 3: Treason in Capua prevented [210 BC]
Chapter 4: Syphax visits Rome; bad omens. [210 BC]
Chapter 5: Utica attacked [210 BC]
Chapter 6: Elections [210 BC]
Chapter 7: Appointments; Sardinia attacked. [210 BC]
Chapter 8: Further activities of the Senate [210 BC]
Chapter 9: Commotion in 12 colonies [209 BC]
Chapter 10: Commotion in 12 colonies(cont.) [209 BC]
Chapter 11: Omens; actions of the Senate [209 BC]
Chapter 12: Marcellus defeated by Hannibal [209 BC]
Chapter 13: Marcellus speaks to his soldiers [209 BC]
Chapter 14: Marcellus defeats Hannibal the next day [209 BC]
Chapter 15: Tarentum recovered by treason [209 BC]
Chapter 16: Tarentum plundered; Fabius is not trapped. [209 BC]
Chapter 17: Scipio wins allies in Spain [209 BC]
Chapter 18: Scipio defeats Hasdrubal near Baecula [209 BC]
Chapter 19: The camp is plundered; Hadrubal moves north [209 BC]
Chapter 20: Hasdrubal goes to Italy; Marcellus accused. [209 BC]
Chapter 21: Marcellus defends himself; elections [209 BC]
Chapter 22: Appointments [209 BC]
Chapter 23: Bad omens and celebrations [208 BC]
Chapter 24: Trouble in Etruria [208 BC]
Chapter 25: Deliberations in the Senate; Action in South-Italy [208 BC]
Chapter 26: Ambuscades [208 BC]
Chapter 27: Marcellus killed [208 BC]
Chapter 28: Salapia not taken; siege of Locri released [208 BC]
Chapter 29: Philip V against Machanidas [208 BC]
Chapter 30: Further activities of Philip V [208 BC]
Chapter 31: Further activities of Philip V (cont.) [208 BC]
Chapter 32: Philip V defeated [208 BC]
Chapter 33: A dictator appointed to lead the elections [208 BC]
Chapter 34: Marcus Livius and Claudius Nero elected consul [208 BC]
Chapter 35: Marcus Livius and Claudius Nero reconciled [208 BC]
Chapter 36: Hasdrubal in Gaul. Appointments. [208 BC]
Chapter 37: Bad omens and celebrations [207 BC]
Chapter 38: Marcus Livius and his army [207 BC]
Chapter 39: Hasdrubal in North-Italy [207 BC]
Chapter 40: Hannibal in South-Italy [207 BC]
Chapter 41: A battle between Claudius Nero and Hannibal [207 BC]
Chapter 42: Hannibal withdraws. [207 BC]
Chapter 43: Claudius plans to travel North [207 BC]
Chapter 44: Rome is terrified by the plans of Claudius Nero [207 BC]
Chapter 45: Claudius Nero speaks to his soldiers and marches on [207 BC]
Chapter 46: Claudius Nero arrives in the camp of Marcus Livius [207 BC]
Chapter 47: Hasdrubal withdraws his army [207 BC]
Chapter 48: The battle of the Metaurus [207 BC]
Chapter 49: Hasdrubal defeated and killed [207 BC]
Chapter 50: The news arrives in Rome [207 BC]
Chapter 51: The senate decreed a three days' thanksgiving. The head of Hasdrubal given to Hannibal [207 BC]