This paper aims at reconstructing the political and military role played by the Scipios in Etruria during the 3rd century BCE. In particular, it analyses the military campaign of 298, when Scipio Barbatus won a battle near Volaterrae, and focuses on the help given by some Etruscan cities to the Romans in 205, when a new fleet was built on behalf of the consul Scipio (Africanus).

Gli Scipioni e l'Etruria nel III secolo a.C.

Edoardo Bianchi
2019

Abstract

This paper aims at reconstructing the political and military role played by the Scipios in Etruria during the 3rd century BCE. In particular, it analyses the military campaign of 298, when Scipio Barbatus won a battle near Volaterrae, and focuses on the help given by some Etruscan cities to the Romans in 205, when a new fleet was built on behalf of the consul Scipio (Africanus).
Etruria, Corsica, elogia Scipionum, Scipio Barbatus, Scipio Africanus
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