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Batalla de Magnesia (190 a.C.), una dura batalla entre la falange seleúcida apoyada por elefantes y la Legión romana, con victoria para estos últimos tras un porfiado combate, cortesía de A. Yezhov. http://www.elgrancapitan.org/foro/viewtopic.php?f=87&t=16979&p=883522#p883510

Battle of Beneventium The Pyrrhic War Date 275 BC Location Beneventum (modern Benevento)

The Battle of Sellasia, 222 BC to Igor Dzis .

The Battle of Sellasia took place during the summer of 222 BC between the armies of Macedon and the Achaean League, led by Antigonus III Doson, and Sparta under the command of King Cleomenes III. The battle ended in a Macedonian-Achaean victory.

Carthaginian war elephants being attacked by Roman 'Velites' at the Battle of Zama, 202 BC. - art by Peter Dennis

Carthaginian war elephants being attacked by Roman 'Velites' at the Battle of Zama, 202 BC. - art by Peter Dennis Más

Samnite warriors stand victorious and watch the defeated Roman Republican army walk under the yoke after the battle of the Caudine Forks. This was considered to be a most humiliating insult. The Republic as usual didn’t forget.

Samnite Wars by Peter Connolly. Samnite cavalry and infantry (foreground) watch as the defeated Roman soldiers (unarmored in the background) suffer the humiliation of passing under the yoke.

Battle of Ilipa. Carthaginians and Iberian allies battle Roman invaders. Some consider this battle to be Scipio's greatest victory.

Battle of Ilipa. Carthaginians and Iberian allies battle Roman invaders. Some consider this battle to be Scipio's greatest victory

The Battle of Asculum took place in 279 BC between the Romans under the command of Consul Publius Decius Mus and the combined Tarantine, Oscan, Samnite, and Epirote forces, under the command of the Greek king Pyrrhus of Epirus. The battle occurred during the Pyrrhic War for control of Magna Graecia.

King Pyrrhus of Epirus in the battle of Asculum against the Romans BC), in an excellent painting by Giuseppe Rava. In the foreground, the Macedonian-type phalanx of Epirus who defeated the Romans (Copyright: Giuseppe Rava)

Hannibal and Modern Day Italian Battlefield Museums; The Difference Between Imperialist Celebrations of Warfare and Those of Yesteryear's Empire...  http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/02/27/the-ancient-elephant-battle-generals-still-love-to-copy.html

The Ancient Battle Generals Still Love To Copy

Hannibal and Modern Day Italian Battlefield Museums; The Difference Between Imperialist Celebrations of Warfare and Those of Yesteryear's Empire... http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2016/02/27/the-ancient-elephant-battle-generals-still-love-to-copy.html

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