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  • Canne, loste the Empire of Rome: The other never rested after the victorie, but folowed the enemie beyng broken, with greater violence and furie, then when he assalted hym whole: but when a capitaine dooeth loese, he ought to see, if of the losse there maie growe any utilite unto hym, inespecially if there remain any residue of tharmie.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • And why straighte waie you made them to retire into tharmie, nor after made no mension of them?

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • If it appere that thenemie come on the part behinde, the first thyng that ought to bee dooen, is to cause that every man tourne his face where his backe stode, and straight waie tharmie cometh to have made of taile, hed, and of hed taile: then al those waies ought to be kept, in orderyng thesame fronte, as I tolde afore.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • Veliti issued: See how the capitaine incourageth them, sheweth them the victorie certain: See how the Veliti and light horsemen bee inlarged, and retourned on the flanckes of tharmie, to seke and view, if thei maie by the flanck, doe any injurie to the adversaries: behold how the armies be affronted.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • The armes that the Standarde of all tharmie ought to have, 125

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • And after in the incountering of the rest of tharmie, you shewed, that the thing folowed with a moste greate scilence?

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • a Legion in their armie, to fight a field, knoweth how they disposed all: therefor, having tolde you how they devided a Legion into three bandes, and how the one bande received the other, I have then told you, how al tharmie in a fielde, was ordained.

    Machiavelli, Volume I

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