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" Unable to fight or fly. with no quarter asked or given, the Romans and Italians fell before the swords of their enemies, till, when the sun set upon the field, there were left out of that vast multitude no more than three thousand men alive and unwounded;... "
HISTORY OF ROME. - 第 499 頁
THOMAS ARNOLD, D. D., 著 - 1868
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Notes on Herodotus: Original and Selected from the Best Commentators

Dawson William Turner - 1848 - 464 頁
...the slaughter of the Persians in their camp, when the Greeks forced it after the battle of Platsea. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given,...under cover of the darkness, and found a refuge in the neighbouring towns." /. Лак. Ttav ¿к SirópTT^ — of the genuine Spartans, as distinguished from...
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Essays, Political, Historical, and Miscellaneous, 第 2 卷

Archibald Alison - 1850
...the slaughter of the Persians in their camp, when the Greeks forced it after the battle of Plataea. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given,...under cover of the darkness, and found a refuge in the neighbouring towns. The consul Euiilius, the pro-consul Cn. Scrvilius, the late master of the horse...
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Heads of an analysis of Roman history

Dawson William Turner - 1850
...the slaughter of the Persians in their camp, when the Greeks forced it after the battle of Platam. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given,...multitude no more than three thousand men alive and nnwounded.' — A. Hannibal justified in not marching upon Home. ' The fidelity of the Latin colonies,...
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The campaigns of Hannibal arranged and critically considered

Patrick Leonard MacDougall (sir.), Hannibal - 1858 - 195 頁
...no recorded equal, except the slaughter of the Persians in their camp after the battle of Plataea. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given,...three thousand men alive and unwounded ; " * and these were made prisoners. Both Livy and Polybius state the number of Eomans actually killed to have exceeded...
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The Advanced Book of Reading Lessons: Forming a Supplement to the Fourth and ...

1871 - 483 頁
...the slaughter of the Persians ia their camp, when the Greeks forced it after the battle of Platsea. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given,...the darkness, and found a refuge in the neighboring towns. The consul ^Emilius, the pro consul Cn. Servilius, the late master of the horse M. Minucius,...
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Life of Hannibal

Thomas Arnold - 1879 - 320 頁
...the slaughter of the Persians in their camp, when the Greeks forced it, after the battle of Plataea. Unable to fight or fly. with no quarter asked or given,...the darkness, and found a refuge in the neighboring towns. The consul. /Emilius, the proconsul, On. Servilii * the late master of the horse, M. Minucius,...
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Acme Library of Standard Biography, 第 1 卷

1880
...slanghter of the Persians in their camp, when the Greeks forced it, after the battle of Plutiea.Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given, the...the darkness, and found a refuge in the neighboring towns. The consul, ^Emilins, the proconsul, Cn. Servilins, Iha late master of the horse, M. Minucins,...
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Acme Library of Standard Biography

1880 - 816 頁
...the slaughter of the Persians iu their camp, when the Greeks forced it, after the battle of Platsea. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given,...three thousand men alive and unwounded ; and these 8ed in straggling parties, under cover of the darkness, and found a refuge in the neighboring towns....
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Acme Library of Standard Biography, 第 1 卷

1880
...tha slaughter of the Persians in their camp, when the Greeks forced it, after the battle of I'laUsa. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarter asked or given,...of their enemies, till, when the sun set upon the flcld, there were left out of that vast multitude no more than three thousand men alive and unwounded...
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The Historical Reader: Embracing Selections from Standard Writers of Ancient ...

John Jacob Anderson - 1885 - 544 頁
...camp, when the Greeks forced it after the battle of Platsea. Unable to fight or fly, with no quarters asked or given, the Romans and Italians fell before...the darkness, and found a refuge in the neighboring towns. The consul ^Emilius, the proconsul Servilius, the late master of the horse, M. Miuucius, two...
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