255 BC

255 BC

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Events of 255 B.C. in ancient Greece and Rome. 255 B.C. Olympiad Consuls: Ser. Fulvius M.f. Paetinus Nobilior, M. Aemilius M.f. Paullus Athenian.
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1000 67205 He made the Romans fight on open ground, which allowed him to maximize the effect of the excellent Carthaginian cavalry and elephants. They would be historically outmatched by the Roman legionaries. Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. 255 BC About Wikipedia Community portal Recent changes Contact page. You may not post new threads. Retrieved from " volochek.info? Hamilcar's victory with Naravas.
255 BC By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Main page Contents Featured 255 BC Current events Random article Donate to Wikipedia Wikipedia store. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The anatomic and physiologic discoveries of Herophilus were phenomenal. The Carthaginians started the battle with an attack by the elephants. Regulus himself was taken prisoner.

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What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item. NCBI Skip to main. Proteins BioSystems BLAST Basic Local Alignment Search Tool BLAST Stand-alone BLAST Link BLink Conserved Domain Database CDD Conserved Domain Search Service CD Search E-Utilities ProSplign Protein Clusters Protein Database Reference Sequence RefSeq All Proteins Resources... I am of the opinion that the allies at this time were not integrated into the Roman system of combat. Tag Search Advanced Search. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Not logged in Talk Contributions Create account Log in. Retrieved 255 BC " volochek.info? Thoughts from the battle: I played the Carthaginians. Meanwhile, in the centre the elephant attack had been withstood, but only a few isolated units of Roman infantry managed to get past them to attempt to attack the Carthaginian phalanx, and those were quickly defeated.