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Plutarch, Fabius, 2.2

nanBut Hannibal now burst into Italy, 218 B.C. and was at first victorious in battle at the river Trebia. Then he marched through Tuscany, ravaging the country, and smote Rome with dire consternation and fear. Signs and portents occurred, some familiar to the Romans, like peals of thunder, others wholly strange and quite extraordinary.

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flaminius,c. Konrad (2022) 209
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laelius,c. Konrad (2022) 209
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minucius rufus,m.,hercules,altar dedicated to Konrad (2022) 209
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