In 153 they again revolted, and were not finally overcome until the capture of Numantia .
The fall of Numantia gave Rome a hold upon the interior of Spain, which was never lost.
Having brought his troops into an effective condition, Scipio, in the following year, proceeded to lay siege to Numantia.
He was present at the siege of Numantia, and his courage caused Scipio to predict for him a brilliant career.
Numantia stood upon a lofty rock, and its inhabitants displayed a courage worthy of its high position.
After a long and often disastrous siege, Scipio utterly destroyed Numantia.
If Candiola had lived in Numantia, it would have been said that the Numantines were merchants of charcoal mixed with heroes.
Against the single town of Numantia it was necessary to send Scipio, the best general of Rome.
When Numantia was taken by Scipio, mothers, with the half-eaten bodies of their babes in their bosoms, were found!
There would be no thought of imitating the burning of Moscow, or renewing the sacrifice of Numantia.