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Scipio's Spanish Campaign

In Scipio's mind there rose a contest of feelings, and
Incidents in Scipio's Spanish campaign.
a hesitation as to whether he ought to meet the barbarian and fight him in single combat.1 . . .

Scipio's horse was much distressed by the blow, but did not come down entirely, and accordingly Scipio managed to light on his feet. . . .

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