Cannae   - in ancient sources @

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  Cannae   - a village in Apulia, Italy, where Hannibal defeated the Romans in 216 B.C.
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216/10 Hannibal captures Cannae.
216/23 destroys the Roman army at Cannae; Paullus is killed in the battle.
216/25 News of the defeat at Cannae reaches Rome; the senate debates how to
216/31 The Romans refuse to ransom back the prisoners captured at Cannae.
216/38 brings news of the battle of Cannae to Carthage, and shows as proof
212/3 reatment of the survivors of Cannae, after receiving a letter from
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_113   & A'4326 & & The disaster at Cannae. [114] & {117 DF}
Cic:Brut_12   the dreadful defeat near Cannae, first raised its drooping
Cic:Tusc_1.89   nor would the plains of Cannae have witnessed the death of
Ennius:Ann_272-276 *   the ill-starred fight of Cannae; and how the gods were tur
Oros_4.16   of Varro to lose at Cannae, a village of Apulia, almost
Plin:HN_3.105   Boreani, Collatini, Corinenscs, Cannae celebrated for the
Plut:Mor_195   the great overthrow at Cannae, he was chosen consul with
Polyaen_6.38.4   ibal led out his army at Cannae, where the plain was sandy
ValMax_1.1.15   After the fatal defeat at Cannae, they decreed that no women
ValMax_1.1.16   so much ill success at Cannae against the Carthaginians, was through
ValMax_2.7.15   who deserted the commonwealth at Cannae. For when by the strictness
ValMax_2.9.8   because after the defeat at Cannae, they had decided to leave
ValMax_3.2.11   who at the battle of Cannae, where Hannibal rather broke the
ValMax_3.4.4   Rome at the battle of Cannae, yet she suffered Aemilius -
ValMax_3.7.10   broken by the defeat at Cannae, sent reinforcements to the army
ValMax_3.8.2   broken by the defeat at Cannae, and seemed scarcely able to
ValMax_3.7e.6   of the Punic victory at Cannae, Capua taken, and all Italy
ValMax_4.5.2   by rashly giving battle at Cannae. Yet he refused to take
ValMax_4.8.2   remnants of the battle of Cannae, within the walls of Canusium,
ValMax_5.6.4   men, at the battle of Cannae. But the commonwealth soon afterwards
ValMax_5.6.7   city, after the battle of Cannae, expected nothing else but to
ValMax_5.1e.6   Paullus, who was slain at Cannae, with all diligence, as much
ValMax_6.4.1   confusion after the defeat at Cannae, the safety of the commonwealth
ValMax_6.6e.2   because of their losses at Cannae, were unable to assist them,
ValMax_7.6.1   The carnage of Cannae so alarmed our city, that
ValMax_7.2e.16   outcome of the battle of Cannae to the senate of Carthage,
ValMax_7.4e.2   Hannibal at the battle of Cannae - did he not ensnare
ValMax_9.5e.3   success of the Battle of Cannae, neither admitted any of his
ValMax_9.11e.4   in Spain, Lake Trasimene, Cannae, and weapons reeking with

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