Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Cortona” in book 3, chapter 82 of Polybius, Histories:
...hope of booty, bringing chains and fetters and all such gear, were more numerous than the soldiers themselves. Meanwhile Hannibal was advancing on his way to Rome through Etruria, keeping the city of Cortona and its hills on his left, and the Thrasymene lake on his right; and as he marched, he burned and wasted the country with a view of rousing the wrath of the enemy and tempting him to come out. And w...
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