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Livy's History of Rome

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Content

Book I. Romulus, Numa, Horatii and Curatii, Tarquinius Priscus,
Servius Tullius, Tarquinius Superbus, Lucretia, Brutus
Book II. Tarquinius Superbus, Brutus and his sons, Horatius Cocles,
Mucius Scaevola, Cloelia, The Fabii.
Book III. Quinctius Caeso, Cincinnatus, the Decemvirate, Appius Claudius and Verginia,
the Ten Tables, the Second Secession, Titus Quinctius.
Book IV. Consular Tribunes, the Censorship, Spurius Maelius, Gaius Sempronius.
Book V. Appius Claudius, the mission to Delphi, the capture of Veii, the master of Falerii,
banishment of Camillus, invasion of the Gauls, envoys at war, destruction of Rome, Camillus appointed
dictator, the geese and Marcus Manlius, the rebuilding of Rome.
Book VI. Treason of Marcus Manlius, wars with Volscians, Latins and Velitrae, Fabius Ambustus.
Book VII. Wars with Hernici, Gauls, Tiburtines, Tarquinians, Etruscans, Volscians, Samnites.
Marcus Curtius, Titus Manlius, Publius Decius Mus, Titus Quinctius, Mutiny
Book VIII. War with Privernates, Volscians, Samnites.
Papirius and Fabius, Publius Decius Mus.
Book IX. War with the Samnites, The Caudine Fork, war with Etruria and Aequi.
Pontius, Herennius, Lentulus, Postumius, Appius Claudius
Book X. War in Etruria, with Aequi and Umbrians
Cleonymus, Gnaeus Fulvius, Fabius and Decius, Papirius and Carvilius
Book XI-XX. Contents of books XI - XX (derived)
Book XXI. Start of the second Punic war
Hannibal conquers Saguntum, and defeats the Romans near Ticinus and Trebia.
Hannibal, two Scipio's, Sempronius
Book XXII. Year two and three of the second Punic war: Lake Trasimene, Cannae
Book XXIII. 216-215 BC. The Romans recover after Cannae.
Book XXIV. 215-213 BC. Problems in Sicily after the death of Hiero
Book XXV. 212 BC. Attack on Tarentum, Marcellus conquers Syracuse, Capua besieged,
Publius and Gnaeus Scipio defeated and killed in Spain.
Book XXVI. 211-210 BC. Siege of Capua. Hannibal attacks Rome.
Fall of Capua and New Carthage.
Book XXVII. 210-207 BC. Tarentum recovered. Death of Marcellus
Claudius Nero and Marcus Livius defeat Hasdrubal in the battle of the Metaurus
Book XXVIII. 207-205 BC. The First Macedonian War goes on.
Scipio dislodges the Carthaginians from Spain and plans to invade Africa