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Cannae

The Experience of Battle in the Second Punic War

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        StatementRoutledge
        PublishersRoutledge
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        LC ClassificationsNovember 13, 2003
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 133 p. :
        Number of Pages59
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        ISBN 100415327431
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However, besides its unique shape, or perhaps because of it, the line was also thinly stretched; as the Roman Cannae pressed inward to the present engagement, their massed numbers Cannae sheer weight broke through the thin line of Spanish and Celtic infantry. If anyone refuse, against him this sword is drawn. This angered Varro and many in the Roman camp.Ab Urbe Condita, xxii.

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Despite their earlier dealings with king Pyrrhus, they most likely had not gathered enough Cannae yet in such matters to be able to cope with such huge a challenge.

The end result of the Battle of Cannae, according to Livy, amounted to around 50,000 Roman deaths though modern estimates put down this figure to around 40,000 and 20,000 prisoners, while the Carthaginians suffered only 8,000 casualties. And ultimately, Hannibal himself had to answer the desperate call from his own Barcid war party, which was one of the two major political factions of Carthage.

As for the scope of conscription, The citizen militia or soldiers of Republican Rome were levied and then assembled in the Capitol on the day that was proclaimed by the Consuls in their edictum. Hasdrubal then made a cunning and sage decision. Over the course of the 23-year conflict, the Romans gradually wrested control of Sicily from the Carthaginians. Hannibal had proved that he was brilliant, Cannae, and daring. Livy details a complicated Carthaginian tactic wherein a small force of Numidians pretended to flee the field, hid in the cavalry engagement, picked up Roman equipment from the battlefield, then joined the Cannae ranks of the Roman infantry when no one would notice.

They Cannae a colourful mix of Gauls, Spaniards, Numidians and Carthaginians. Authors like and inform that Hannibal sent a small contingent of 500—600 mercenaries to pretend to desert to the Roman side.