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Punic wars

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Simon Kuestenmacher on Twitter: "Arguably the most famous surprise attack in #history was Hannibal's attack on #Rome in the First Punic War (218 BC) when he led his army and the famous elephants over the Alps. This #map shows his insane journey. Source: https://t.co/yABcOduyLk… https://t.co/til8i5G2vy"

“Arguably the most famous surprise attack in #history was Hannibal's attack on #Rome in the First Punic War (218 BC) when he led his army and the famous elephants over the Alps. This #map shows his insane journey. Source: https://t.co/yABcOduyLk”

Historical Warrior Illustration Series Part XIX | The Lost Treasure Chest

Giuseppe Rava Giuseppe Rava was born in Faenza in 1963. He is a self-taught artist. He has graciously put up most of these works on his website, while the rest I found online in blogs.

Rome et Carthage ~ The Punic Wars (264 - 201 av. J.-C.) par Undevicesimus

Though far from evident, Rome’s rise to prominence in the Mediterranean region happened surprisingly fast. The Roman Republic crushed the Latin Le... Rome and Carthage ~ The Punic Wars (264 - 201 BC)

CARTHAGINIAN ARMIES | Weapons and Warfare

Hannibal and his staff at the battle of Zama – art by Giuseppe Rava The Carthaginian army has a mix of all kinds of troops, because of his high proportion of, Spanish and African allies. The …

Historical Warrior Illustration Series Part Vl | The Lost Treasure Chest

Richard Hook “Richard Hook was born in 1938 and trained at Reigate College of Art. After national service with 1st Bn, Queen’s Royal Regiment, he became art editor of the much-praised m…

Facts_Carthage_Army_Ancient_2-min

From humble beginnings as just another Phoenician colony in a ‘distant part’ of the world, Carthage or Kart-hadasht (Phoenician - ‘new city’) - known as Karchedon by the Greeks and Carthago by the Romans, emerged as one of the greatest Mediterranean powers that challenged the might of both Syracuse