Siege of Aspis - Aftermath


After defeating the Carthaginians, the Romans dispatched most of their fleet back to Rome except for a number of 15,000 infantry and 500 cavalry . The rest of the army, under the command of Marcus Atilius Regulus, remained in North Africa. Moving inland and plundering on their way, they stopped at the city of Adys. The resulting siege of Adys gave the Carthaginians time to gather an army, only to have that army defeated at the Battle of Adys.

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