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In fact the Romans had no way of escape open in a foreign and an unknown land,This statement added by Livy reflects what Scipio says to his men in Polybius x. 4. Cf. Appian Pun. 42 fin. and for Carthage, once it had poured out its last resources, immediate destruction seemed impending. For this decision on the following dayEven the month is much debated. Those who place the battle of Zama in the spring or early summer are unable to explain such delay in making the peace (spring of 201 B.C.). Against the summer is the heat of a Tunisian sun, both for European troops and African elephants in action. More probable is October. Cf. Appendix, pp. 551-554. two generalsB.C. 202 far and away the most distinguished and two of the bravest armies of the two wealthiest nations went forth,At daybreak; Polybius ix. 2. on that day either to crown the many distinctions heretofore won, or to bring them to naught. Consequently a wavering between hope and fear confused their spirits; and a