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Second Punic War - Hannibal Takes The Initiative (218–213 BC) - Central Mediterranean (218–213 BC) - Gallic Uprising
... In the ensuing Battle of Ticinus the cavalry forces of Hannibal's army defeated the cavalry and light infantry of the Romans in a minor engagement ... As a result of Rome's defeat at the Ticinus, all the Gauls except the Cenomani were induced to join the Carthaginian cause ... Even before news of the defeat at the Ticinus River reached Rome, the Senate had ordered the consul Sempronius Longus to bring his army back from Sicily ...
List Of Military Commanders
... the Upper Baetis Publius Cornelius Scipio Punic Wars Battle of Ticinus Battle of Dertosa Battle of the Upper Baetis Roman conquest of Hispania Battle of Ticinus Battle of Dertosa Battle of the ...
Battle Of Ticinus - Battle
... in Livy with the bridge constructed over the Ticinus some miles away ... and one from the left to the right bank of the Ticinus, location unknown, but the best crossing is at Pavia, which was founded by Roman colonists as Ticinum, perhaps at the site of the fortifications Publius threw ... The ground on the right bank of the Ticinus north of there was swampy, no place for an army to become bogged down ...