William John Law
Publisher: Cambridge University Press (November 6, 2014)
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debatable for hundreds of years, the direction around the Alps taken through Hannibal, his Carthaginian military and his well-known elephants in 218 BCE shaped the foundation of a longer scholarly dispute among William John legislation (1786-1869) and Robert Ellis (1819/20-85). Fought within the pages of books and the magazine of Classical and Sacred Philology, their exchanges lasted numerous years. Ellis' Treatise on Hannibal's Passage of the Alps (1853) and An Enquiry into the traditional Routes among Italy and Gaul (1867) also are reissued during this sequence. released in 1866, this two-volume paintings was once Law's significant contribution to the talk, interpreting a few of the theories and old money owed. smooth scholarship has wondered, in spite of the fact that, even if both guy was once correct. quantity 1 examines the debts of Polybius, utilizing a variety of smooth measurements to aim to gauge their accuracy. It additionally evaluates the reliability of prior feedback for Hannibal's course at every one level of the adventure.
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