Battle of Sentinum, 295 BC – Clash of the Five Nations ⚔️ Third Samnite War (Part 2) ⚔️ DOCUMENTARY


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📚 Sources:
Cassius Dio, Roman History
Diodorus Siculus, Library of History
Dionysius of Halicarnassus, Roman Antiquities
Frontinus, Stratagems
Livy, From the Founding of the City
Polybius, Histories
Zonaras, Epitome of Histories
Bradley, G. 2020: Early Rome to 290 BC: The Beginnings of the City and the Rise of the Republic, Edinburgh.
Cornell, T. 2017: ‘The “Samnite Wars,” 343-290 BC, in M. Whitby & H. Sidebottom (eds.), The Encyclopedia of Ancient Battles, Malden MA, Oxford & Chichester, West Sussex, 2.469-479.
Forsyth, G. 2006: A Critical History of Early Rome: From Prehistory to the First Punic War, Berkeley.
Oakley, S. P. 1997-2005: A Commentary on Livy, Books VI-X, Oxford.

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  1. Interesting how different societies have different motivations. In a lot of other cases watching your general get killed would be highly demoralizing lol. It feels like early Republican Romans would see Romans even a few centuries later as strangers

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