Hannibal turned the position of Flaminius and attacked the Roman armies separately, gaining a complete and decisive victory.
In pursuit of him came Flaminius, in hot haste to close with the enemy.
"That is what Flaminius stands for," resumed Lucius after a moment of silence.
In short, 'tis all swine's flesh, varied by sauces, as Flaminius' host said.
Hannibal contrived to entrap Flaminius by a stratagem, as he had entrapped Sempronius before.
Flaminius lost one army, Minucius will doubtless lose another, while Metilius and Varro are well able to lose whatever may remain.
Flaminius is unknown; but the postilions on that road have been taught to show the very spot where Il Console Romano was slain.
The respectable authority of Flaminius Vacca would incline us to believe in the claims of the Egerian grotto.
There, when he had consulted the senate on the state of the republic in general, the indignation against Flaminius was rekindled.
Philip is defeated by the proconsul Flaminius at Cynocephalae, 198; and begs for peace.