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Ilipa

(ĭl`ĭpə), ancient town of Spain, near the modern Seville. Here Scipio Africanus MajorScipio Africanus Major
(Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus) , 236–183 B.C., Roman general, the conqueror of Hannibal in the Punic Wars. He was the son of Publius Cornelius Scipio, and from a very early age he considered himself to have divine inspiration.
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 defeated (206 B.C.) the Carthaginian forces after Hasdrubal had fled to Gaul. The overthrow of Carthaginian power in Spain paved the way for the defeat of HannibalHannibal
, b. 247 B.C., d. 183 or 182 B.C. Carthaginian general, an implacable and formidable enemy of Rome. Although knowledge of him is based primarily on the reports of his enemies, Hannibal appears to have been both just and merciful. He is renowned for his tactical genius.
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 at Zama (202 B.C.).
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Sin embargo, cuando se analiza el mapa se ve que no estan mas lejanos que el propio Llanete de los Moros, por lo que no se entiende muy bien el motivo de dicha exclusion, yacimientos a los que se podrian anadir Ilipa (Alcala del Rio, Sevilla) o la propia Hispalis (Sevilla).
Keay supone que el cultivo cerealistico debio de constituir la produccion principal de gran parte de la region, riqueza que quedo reflejada en la acunacion de la vecina Ilipa, que emitio moneda con la imagen de una espiga de trigo (22).
A importancia politica da Betica comecou a definir-se durante a Republica, depois da batalha de Ilipa (206 a.C.), quando Gades (Cadiz) estabeleceu um foedus com Roma para salvaguardar os seus interesses comerciais em face de Cartago, e consolidou-se no desenvolvimento politico da fase final da Republica.
La Segunda Seccion, cuyo contenido se encuentra perdido hoy, estaba titulada como Municipios que acunaron moneda y hubiese comprendido la explicacion de 29 cecas (Alpesa, Arva, Anticaria, Bellia, Calaguirris Fibularia, Bilbilis, Calagurris Nasica, Carmo, cascatum, Castulon, Celti, Eporiae, Ercavica, Gades, Gracurris, Hibera Julia, Ilerda, Ilipa Magna, Italida, Monda, Obulco, Osca, Ossicerda, Osset, Saetabi, Saguntum, Siarum, Turiaso, Ulia).
He certainly rates very high on any list of Roman generals, but his fame rests primarily on the battles of Ilipa (Spain, 206 B.C.) and Zama (Africa, 202 B.C.).
Whereas the Histories have the Ghibellines commanded by Uguccione and do not even mention Castruccio, in Castruccio Uguccione falls ill and Castruccio takes command (Histories 2.25.79; Castruccio 39).(17) After assuming this imaginary command, Castruccio adopts the plan of battle used by Scipio at Ilipa: He lets the Florentines prepare for battle, without sending his men into the field, so that he can discern the Florentine strategy (Castruccio 40-1; Livy 1987, 28.14).
Principal battles: the Baetis (Guadalquivir) (211); Ilipa (north of Seville) (206); Campi Magni (Medjerda) (203).
Servius Rufus Terentianus, en Ilipa (HEp 17, 2008, 103, pedestal de estatua ecuestre); y con el legado propretor de la Lusitania, L.
La de Complutum es muy similar en dimensiones a la curia de Ilipa y Aruci/Turobriga.
Principal battles: the Trebbia (218); Cannae (216); Upper Baetis (Guadalquivir) (211); Baecula (near Andujar) (208); Ilipa (north of Seville) (206).
Mazzoli, ha relacionado este hallazgo con un episodio de la Segunda Guerra Punica, concretamente la batalla de Ilipa (206 a.C.), propuesta que sigue la de Caballos (1993: 109-124, fig.