Maximus, Warts and All

Maximus Warts and All Quintus Fabius Verrucosus Cunctator was a Roman general who thought outside the box While the typical Roman response to the disastrous invasion of Italy by Hannibal was to confront him in a pitched ba

  • Title: Maximus, Warts and All
  • Author: Robin E. Levin
  • ISBN: 9781481181938
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Quintus Fabius Verrucosus Cunctator was a Roman general who thought outside the box While the typical Roman response to the disastrous invasion of Italy by Hannibal was to confront him in a pitched battle, Fabius realized that Hannibal was a military genius beyond peer, and that the only way Rome could avert destruction would be to wear Hannibal s forces down in a war ofQuintus Fabius Verrucosus Cunctator was a Roman general who thought outside the box While the typical Roman response to the disastrous invasion of Italy by Hannibal was to confront him in a pitched battle, Fabius realized that Hannibal was a military genius beyond peer, and that the only way Rome could avert destruction would be to wear Hannibal s forces down in a war of attrition Four successive battles, all disasters for Rome, proved Fabius correct Maximus, Warts and All, is the story of Quintus Fabius Maximus life as I believe he would have told it.

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    • This could be described as a fictional book without fictional characters. Everyone in it was real once, everything they did is gleaned from what was written down at the time. Whether what was written down at the time was true or not is another matter, and that's what probably pulls Maximus, Warts and All towards fiction. That and the fact that Robin Levin puts such a glorious spin upon the book, which is a sort of pseudo-autobiography. But there are still enough facts to ensure that history is n [...]


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