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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of minucius

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  1. Minucius assumed a more aggressive stance.
  2. Eager to square up against the enemy, Minucius sent the heavy infantry towards the Carthaginian camp,
  3. or because the horses needed resting, he now lacked the mobility needed for the clash against Minucius.
  4. Seeing his chance to put more pressure on the Carthaginians, Minucius moved his camp
  5. But Minucius stayed put, and after a few days of inaction the Carthaginian general finally
  6. Or did he want to weaken his position, perhaps even appear incompetent, to provoke Minucius
  7. Whatever the case, Minucius answered in force.
  8. Hailed for his success, a law was hastily passed that made Minucius co-dictator,
  9. Fabius urged caution, while Minucius wanted to take aggressive action.
  10. Minucius decided to take 4 legions and establish his own camp
  11. Just as the sun rose over the plain beneath Geronium, the guards woke up Minucius
  12. Minucius was not about to allow him to control the engagement.
  13. Minucius was now determined to finish the job.
  14. Minucius responded by sending the Roman and allied cavalry up the hill.
  15. With his cavalry fully engaged, Minucius was now unable to scout the battlefield for potential ambushes.
  16. And now, as Minucius heavy infantry advanced up the hill, they collided with the overwhelmed
  17. by Hannibal, so as to lure Minucius into sending his cavalry early on in the battle,
  18. Meanwhile, the humiliated Minucius returned supreme command to Fabius,
  19. Fabius, for his part, reinstated Minucius as his second-in-command,
  20. Consul Paullus, proconsul Servilius, and Marcus Minucius Rufus were killed in the battle,