By Allen E. Curtis
Hannibal Barca used to be the main well-known basic of his age. initially of the second one Punic battle, opposed to all odds, he marched his military over mountain levels and took at the Roman Republic; the mightiest empire of the traditional global. He received well-known victory after recognized victory and campaigned in his enemy's native land for 15 years.This sourcebook incorporates a entire old assessment of the interval, taking within the 3 wars that Rome fought with the North African urban of Carthage with descriptions of the forces concerned.
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