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Child's History of Spain - John Bonner. This was the beginning of the second war between Rome and Carthage. It opened with splendid victories by young Hannibal, who overran Italy and defeated army after army. But the dogged tenacity of the Romans won at last; Carthage received her death-blow, and Hannibal himself committed suicide in exile.
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Please support our book restoration project by becoming a Forgotten Books member. There were many temples at Rome, but as they long ago crumbled into dust, we know little or no thing about them. There was an aqueduct, called the Appian Aqueduct after its builder, an old Ro man named Aprwe claudius, about whom there were many famous stories. People said it had been built by an old king of Rome, whose name was servius tullius, two hundred years ago and more: any how, it was very old, and so wide that a cart and horse could drive through it, and so strong that it does its duty still, and not a stone of it has mouldered away.