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[3] When Hannibal learned of this, he said to the bystanders: ‘You see that nothing can be done against the will of God.’ Then he punished the Numidians, but took no further care to collect and send back the remains, feeling that it was at some divine behest that Marcellus had died and been deprived of burial in this strange manner.

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