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+ Numantine , Numantines
Nobilior is repulsed at Numantia.
Outbreak of war between Numantia and Rome.
Pompeius unsuccessfully attacks Numantia.
Pompeius suffers reverses at Numantia.
agrees to a treaty with the Numantines, after his army suffers sever
Popillius is defeated at Numantia.
completely defeated by the Numantines and forced to make a treaty
hands over Mancinus to the Numantines, but they do not accept him.
Scipio defeats the Numantines.
Scipio encircles Numantia.
Rhetogenes escapes from Numantia.
Negotiations between the Numantines and Scipio break down.
The Numantines make a final sally, but are repulsed.
The Numantines surrender, after being forced by hunger to resort
Scipio insults C.Metellus, who is serving under him at Numantia.
on the long and difficult Numantine War, which was finally brought
Scipio destroys Numantia; the end of the Numantine War.
The triumph of Scipio Aemilianus, over the Numantines.
candidate, on account of the Numantine War.  &
himself by the treaty of Numantia, was slain by the hands
given him up to the Numantines, according to a decree of
reported to have uttered at Numantia when he was angry with
under the very walls of Numantia.
under consideration the treaty with Numantia. Who was not aware that
; and you shall destroy Numantia. But, after driving in state
on.  & The Numantines and Termessians sent ambassa
the city of Lagni, the Numantines in their eagerness to
were, with the destruction of Numantia, subjugated. Nearl
"Pompeius" - Ar.] destroyed Numantia. [1876 in Ar.] Bru
ship as he headed for Numantia, heard an unexpected voice: "Stay,
Tiber. A bull spoke. In Numantia things went badly, since the
slaves slaughtered the Roman armies. Numantia was destroyed.
the territories of the Numantines and after suffering a
four peoples, of whom the Numantines were once famous, as among
Pelendones and passing by Numantia then flows through the
Indeed after totally destroying Numantia the same Africanus at
one to Rome. & The Numantines seemed invincible, and havin
spirit of the citizens of Numantia, who were grown proud and
For when the affairs of Numantia were in a ruined and
the spoils of Carthage and Numantia, if he had not preferred
destroyed two cities, Numantia and Carthage, both
they soon were mute. The Numantine victory fresh in memory, his
[6e.2] The Numantines, when Scipio besieged them with
cavalry under that general at Numantia, Scipio was asked at dinner,
What if the destruction of Numantia or Carthage had been entrusted
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