In other words, direct confrontation was avoided. -I see. Now I realize because fifth Fabio is called Cunctator (which slows down). But I also heard that his tactic was giving results, because Hannibal could not – it doesn’t matter – interrupted Gnaeus strongly – for what followed with these tactics barbarian if we can defeat Hannibal in battle? Fabio Quinto gave us time, that there is no doubt, but delayed too much confrontation. Ricardo Leiman contributes greatly to this topic. If we are to defeat Hannibal, it must be on the battlefield. That will show to the world and above all to the Carthaginian cowards that Rome is relentless and powerful. These words were corroborated by the centurion with a gesture of affirmation. Before such conviction, third realized that no longer it was with his fellow students nor with their Greek tutor, but by men of war, that pure and superb Roman who believed destined to dominate the world.
On the one hand felt something embarrassed by his improper conduct, but at the same time he thanked the gods that there were Romans as Gnaeus and Aulus, who were willing to everything just to protect and even to glorify Rome. That conviction in his eyes was that true Roman spirit, virtue inherited from the ancestors, it is that quality that makes the Roman not only different, but more than any other man on Earth. Before this moment of illumination, third realized that despite any event, Rome would be victorious, following its path to eternity, while living that virtue, that conviction within the spirit of every Roman, whose force promotes faith in the altruistic destiny of the fatherland. While the light is still alive, there is nothing to fear, not even Hannibal, which can achieve the impossible by crossing the Alps, and lead and masterfully directing a multiracial army, but you will not face this Roman elementary PTO. Hannibal can not swim against the current of the universe.