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" Alexander; because that, with a small body of men he had defeated very numerous armies, and had overrun a great part of the world. "
The Putnam Guards of Danvers, Mass: Story of the Company in the Early War ... - Page 14
by Arthur Alwyn Putnam - 1887 - 22 pages
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The Roman History: From the Building of Rome to the Ruin of the Commonwealth ...

Nathaniel Hooke - Rome - 1830
...who do you think deserves the second place ?" continued the Roman. " Pyrrhus (replied the other) : he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage. Nobody knew better how to choose ground, or post guards more properly. Resides, he had the art of conciliating...
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Elements of History, Ancient and Modern

Joseph Emerson Worcester - Chronology, Historical - 1849 - 408 pages
...who do you think deserves the next place ? " continued the Roman. " Pyrrhus," replied the other ; " he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage. Nobody knew better how to choose, or post guards more properly." " And whom do you place next to those...
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Elements of History, Ancient and Modern

Joseph Emerson Worcester - History - 1873 - 437 pages
...who do you think deserves the next place ? " continued the Roman. " Pyrrhus," replied the other ; " he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage. Nobody knew better how to choose, or post guards more properly." " And whom do you place next to those...
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Ancient Greece and Rome

Israel Smith Clare - World history - 1893
...Scipio inquired: "And who do you think deserves the next place?" To this Hannibal answered: " Pyrrhus; he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage." Scipio then asked: "And whom do you place next to those? " "Myself," responded Hannibal. Upon this...
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Alexander's empire and Roman empire

Moses Coit Tyler - World history - 1897
...Scipio inquired: "And who do you think deserves the next place?" To this Hannibal answered: "Pyrrhus; he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage." Scipio then asked: "And whom do you place next to those ?" " Myself," responded Hannibal. Upon this...
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The Story of the Greatest Nations: From the Dawn of History to the ..., Volume 2

Edward Sylvester Ellis, Charles Francis Horne - World history - 1905
...defeated immense armies and overran a great part of the world. " " Whom do you rank next ? " " Pyrrhus, for he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage." " And whom do you place next to those ? " asked Scipio. " Myself," replied Hannibal. Scipio smiled and mildly...
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Library of World History: Containing a Record of the Human Race ..., Volume 3

World history - 1916
...Scipio inquired : " And who do you think deserves the next place?" To this Hannibal answered: "Pyrrhus; he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage." Scipio then asked: "And whom do you place next to those?" "Myself," responded Hannibal. Upon this Scipio...
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Historical Sketches of the Ancient Negro

Edward E. Carlisle, Josephine E. Carlisle - History - 1998 - 97 pages
..."And who do you think deserves the next place?" continued the Roman. " Pyrrhus " replied the other; "he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage. Nobody knew better how to post guards more properly." "And whom do you place next to those? " said...
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Progress, Volume 1

Religion - 1895
...Scipio inquired: "And who do you think deserves the uext place?" To this Hannibal answered: "Pyrrhus; he first taught the method of forming a camp to the best advantage. ' ' Scipio then asked: "And whom do you place next to those?" "Myself," responded Hannibal. Upon this...
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