Ōðre Penisc Gūþ

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Landscite þæreon ieƿen Rōmes and Cartaine landscipe æt sæcces onsæte

Se Ōðru Penisca Geƿinn, þe Rōmƿare hetaþ ellesƿīse Se Hannibalisca Geƿinn oððe Seo Gūð ƿið Hannibale, oððe "Se Cartainisce Geƿinn", ƿæs miclu gūþ of þære Rōmāniscan Cyneƿīsan ƿiþ Cartaine þa burg. Þes sæcc læstede of 218 to 201 beforan Criste[1] and his fēohtas ƿæron andlang Ƿendelsǣs rīmum of ƿesten to ēasten.

Þes ƿæs seo ōþru micle gūþ betƿuh Cartaina and Rōme and þās tū rīcu hæfdon þreo micel sæccas ƿiþ him ofer hiera ieldu þa hēt man þa "Peniscan Geƿinnas" of Rōmƿara nama for Cartainafolce, Poeni, of Pene þæm folce of Ƿendelsǣs ēastrīme þa gestaðoledon Cartaina.[2] [3]

In þissum sæcce geƿonn Hannibal micel lof. He ƿæs Cartaine heretoga his mǣrostan dædas ƿæron þe he brōhtede elpendas ofer Alpis þæm beorgum in Italie and his micel sige æt Cannae. Hannibal fōr of Cartaine landrīcu on Ispanie and cƿōm in Gallie þære fulltumedon hine Galƿare. Þæn fōr his here mid his elpendum in Italie.

Italia[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

In Italie hæfde Hannibal micel sige ofer Rōme æt Trebie and æt þæm miclan sætnunge be Trasimene þæm mere. In þæm folgendan gear (216 bC), hæfde Hannibales here ēac sige ofer Rōmƿarum, æt Cannae in sūðernum Italie, and æt þissum garmittunge ƿæron Rōmes legie eall forgrunden. Æfter þissum, manig byrig þa ær ƿæron Rōmes geþoftan ƿendedon to Cartaine healfe, and forþæm bād ƿig on Italie for tiene ƿinter and lengre.

Ƿiþ Hannibales cræfte on þæm felde nyttedon Romƿare þone Fabianiscan ƿigcræfte þe hie aƿerie Cartainie þreat.

Ispania and Affrica[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

In þæm ilcan ield slog Publius Cornelius Scipio Roamanisc heretoga Cartainisc cræft in Ispanie; þær nam Scipio Carthago Nova þa ceastre and heald eall Iberia æfter Ilipa thaare Beadƿe. Þæræfter seglod Scipio on Affrice and his endmesta feoht þæs geƿinnes ƿæs at Zama fore Cartaine þære ceastre self. On þæm dæge feohte Scipio ƿið Hannibal and Hannibal ƿæs sigeleas. Cartaina ƿeard Rōmes underrīce.

Mæcedonia[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

Ðæn feahtedon Rōm ƿiþ Cartaine in Ƿendelsǣs ƿestdæle, be ēasten ƿæs se Forma Mæcedonisca Geƿinn, ac naht ƿolde hilde gesceadan hēr. Sƿylc ƿig ƿæs sæcc in Ƿendelsǣs ēastdæl and in þæm Ioniscan Sǣ.

Ƿæl[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

Eall þissa æscþræce genemned sind gūð ðærin cƿeallon mār menn þon in eallum ōðrum beadƿe in þǣm ielde stǣr, and æt Cannae ƿæs eal here þāra Rōmƿara in þǣm felde acƿeall.

Frūman[adihtan | ādihtan fruman]

  1. Bagnell, p. vii.
  2. Phoenicians: Carthage & Hannibal at phoenician.org
  3. Sidwell, Keith C; Peter V. Jones (1997). The World of Rome: an introduction to Roman culture. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0-521-38600-4.