6 edition of Scipio Africanus: soldier and politician found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by H. H. Scullard|
|Series||Aspects of Greek and Roman life|
|LC Classifications||DG248.S3 S36 1970b|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||299|
|LC Control Number||70471918|
The Second Punic War ( B.C.) has long held the fascination of historiographers, ancient and modern. To be sure, both Polybius () and Livy () clearly recognized the crucial significance of the conflict for the growth of the imperium , at the end of his brief summary of the war, Florus even claimed that praemiumque victoriae Africa fuit et secutus . Scipio Africanus: Greater Than Napoleon by B.F. Liddle Hart. Scipio Africanus: Soldier and Politician by H.H. Scullard Scipio Africanus by Richard A. Gabriel (Contains inaccuracies) Scipio Aemilianus by A.E. Astin Historical Fiction The Sword of Carthage by Vaughan Heppner Africanus by Santiago Posteguillo (available only in Spanish.).
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It is an amalgamation of his first book, Scipio Africanus in the Second Punic War () and his later () study of the Roman political scene of Scipio's era. Scullard has trimmed the military portion slightly and truncated the political segment (about the last third of the book) even more. The Siege of Utica was a siege during the Second Punic War between the Roman Republic and Carthage in BC. Roman general Scipio Africanus besieged Utica, attempting to use it as a supply base for his campaign against Carthage in North launched repeated and coordinated army-navy assaults on the city, all of which failed. The arrival of a large Location: Utica, present-day Tunisia, .
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One of the most fascinating personalities in the history of the Roman Republic comes vividly to life in this new book by H. Scullard, general editor of the Aspects of Greek and Roman Life series. The author provides a keen analysis of Scipio's military Scipio Africanus: soldier and politician book together with an informed account of his political career/5.
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Aemilia Tertia, also known as Aemilia Paulla (c. – or BC), was the wife of the Roman consul and censor Scipio was the daughter, possibly the third surviving daughter, of the consul Lucius Aemilius Paullus and the sister of. Scipio Africanus in the Punica of Silius Italicus.
Author: Raymond Marks; Publisher: Peter Lang Pub Incorporated ISBN: Category: Foreign Language Study Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» From Republic to Empire challenges the long-held view that Silius Italicus' Punica is a nostalgic epic and argues that it is, instead, centrally concerned with.
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Scullard, Scipio Africanus: Soldier and Politician, Thames and Hudson, London, ISBN H. Scullard, Scipio Africanus in the Second Punic War Thirlwall Prize Essay (University Press, Cambridge, )Kế nhiệm: Marcus Cornelius Cethegus và Publius.
He was a Roman general and later consul who is often regarded as one of the greatest generals and military strategists of all time. His main achievements were during the Second Punic War where he is best known for defeating Hannibal at the final battle at Zama, one of the feats that earned him the.
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Save on ISBN has Scipio Africanus: Soldier and Politician (Aspects of Greek and Roman Life) by H. Scullard and over. Howard Hayes Scullard (9 February – 31 March ) FBA, FSA was a British historian specialising in ancient history, notable for editing the Oxford Classical Dictionary and for his many books.
Scullard's father was Herbert Hayes Scullard, a minister, and his mother Barbara Louisa Dodds. Born in Bedford, England, his early education was at Highgate School, followed by St.
For me, Pomponia must be queenly, as befits the widowed matron of a powerful Roman family. She is beautiful enough to play sexual politics with the Senators she must sway, but is a caring mother who’s wisdom guides Scipio Africanus’ early development.
I chose Lucy. read more Characters in the Scipio Novels: Pomponia. Battle of Utica ( BC) Theodor, The History of Rome, Book III, The Gutenberg Project eBook (see also in German ) Scullard, H.
H., Scipio Africanus: Soldier and Politician, New York, Cornell University Press,Standard Book Number Smith, William (ed.), Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, University of.
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Cornelius Scipio Africanus is famous as the hero of the Second Punic War and the general who defeated Hannibal during the battle at of the sources related to Scipio have been lost and, sadly, his own writings didn't survive or remain Author: Natalia Klimczak.
For the beginning of the Roman Republic the best book to read is Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita. Another primary source would be the Histories of Polybius. For various Roman biographies, read Plutarch’s Lives. Appian of Alexander probably has the best acc.