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The Capuan bust, reputedly of Hannibal. Found in Capua
The Capuan bust, reputedly of Hannibal. Found in Capua
Iberian warrior from bas-relief c. 200 BC. The warrior is armed with a falcata and an oval shield. Hispanic tribes fought for both sides in the Second
Iberian warrior from bas-relief c. 200 BC. The warrior is armed with a falcata and an oval shield. Hispanic tribes fought for both sides in the Second Punic War, but in reality most wanted to be rid of all foreign domination. National Archaeological Museum of Spain, Madrid
War elephants depicted in Hannibal's army crossing the Rhône, by Henri Motte, 1878
War elephants depicted in Hannibal's army crossing the Rhône, by Henri Motte, 1878
Carthaginian Army and the corps which made the circuit. Barbarian army compromised as the result of circuit
Carthaginian Army and the corps which made the circuit. Barbarian army compromised as the result of circuit
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Polybius
Polybius
The approximate extent of territory controlled by Rome and Carthage immediately before the start of the First Punic War
The approximate extent of territory controlled by Rome and Carthage immediately before the start of the First Punic War
A Carthaginian quarter-shekel, dated 237–209 BC, depicting the Punic god Melqart, who was associated with Hercules/Heracles. On the reverse is an elep
A Carthaginian quarter-shekel, dated 237–209 BC, depicting the Punic god Melqart, who was associated with Hercules/Heracles. On the reverse is an elephant, possibly a war elephant; these were linked with the Barcids.
A 1777 statue of Fabius
A 1777 statue of Fabius