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“Beset by a double attack, the Aequi abandoned their assistance for supplication, begging first the commander of one army, then the other, not to make their victory a slaughter.”
“He did not want the blood of the Aequi, he said; they could go if they would confess that they were conquered and pass under the yoke.”
“Cincinnatus surprised the enemy at night and the Aequi soon were reduced from besiegers into besieged.”
“A yoke was made of three spears and under it were marched the Aequi.”
“Soon after this the Latin League was formed, and a military alliance was made with Rome to defend the homeland against invading Aequi and Volsci.”
“Another Osco-Umbrian-speaking people from the central Apennines were the Aequi, who invaded Latium c.”
“On this antiquarian date L. Quinctius Cincinnatus was called from his farm to become dictator and then defeated the Aequi.”
“The Aequi could not withstand his vigorous campaign, but were obliged soon to surrender, and made to pass under the yoke as a sign of humiliation.”
“Both armies had been routed, the one by the Sabines at Eretum, the other by the Aequi on Algidus.”
“He was very nearly being himself appointed Dictator, an appointment which would more than anything have alienated the plebs, and that too at a most critical time when the Volscians, the Aequi, and the Sabines were all in arms together.”
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