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Batalha de Crimissus, por J. Shumate. A Batalha do Crimissus foi travada em 339 aC entre um grande exército cartaginês comandado por Asdrubal e Amílcar e um exército de Siracusa liderada por Timoleon. Timoleon levou o exército cartaginês de surpresa perto do rio Crimissus no oeste da Sicília e conquistou uma grande vitória. Quando ele derrotou outra força muito menor de cartagineses pouco depois, Cartago processado por paz.

Batalha de Crimissus, por J. Shumate. A Batalha do Crimissus foi travada em 339 aC entre um grande exército cartaginês comandado por Asdrubal e Amílcar e um exército de Siracusa liderada por Timoleon. Timoleon levou o exército cartaginês de surpresa perto do rio Crimissus no oeste da Sicília e conquistou uma grande vitória. Quando ele derrotou outra força muito menor de cartagineses pouco depois, Cartago processado por paz.

The Battle of Nemea (394 BC) was a battle in the Corinthian War, between Sparta and the allied cities of Argos, Athens, Corinth, and Thebes. The battle was fought in Corinthian territory, at the dry bed of the Nemea River. The battle was a decisive Spartan victory, which, coupled with the Battle of Coronea later in the same year, gave Sparta the advantage in the early fighting on the Greek mainland.

The Battle of Nemea (394 BC) was a battle in the Corinthian War, between Sparta and the allied cities of Argos, Athens, Corinth, and Thebes. The battle was fought in Corinthian territory, at the dry bed of the Nemea River. The battle was a decisive Spartan victory, which, coupled with the Battle of Coronea later in the same year, gave Sparta the advantage in the early fighting on the Greek mainland.

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Daedalus, Pasiphae and wooden cow. Roman fresco from Casa dei Vettii in Pompeii.

Daedalus, Pasiphae and wooden cow. Roman fresco from Casa dei Vettii in Pompeii.

"Ejército de Antíoco IV Epífanes", Angel García Pinto

"Ejército de Antíoco IV Epífanes", Angel García Pinto

Carthaginian war elephant

Carthaginian war elephant

Battle of Cannes by Igor Dzis - the battle where Hannibals army destroyed and killed over 30,000 Romans.

Battle of Cannes by Igor Dzis - the battle where Hannibals army destroyed and killed over 30,000 Romans.

Belearic slingers in action. They were employed by Carthage during the Second Punic War and were quite deadly with their assorted ammunition which consisted of lead and stone projectiles. One of them hit and wounded the Consul Lucius Aemilius Paullus early in the battle of Cannae.

Belearic slingers in action. They were employed by Carthage during the Second Punic War and were quite deadly with their assorted ammunition which consisted of lead and stone projectiles. One of them hit and wounded the Consul Lucius Aemilius Paullus early in the battle of Cannae.

illustration of adam hook showing a athenian greek warrior

illustration of adam hook showing a athenian greek warrior

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