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Hannibal Barca
Hannibal Barca is the most famous of the three Carthaginian military leaders known as Hannibal. Hannibal Barca is the one who famously led his forces -- including elephants -- across the Alps and into Rome, where he terrorized Roman forces during the Second Punic War. The son of a general, Hannibal became the commander of the army in 221 B.C. and waged victorious campaigns across northwestern Iberia (modern Spain). Determined to have revenge on Rome for its victory in the First Punic War, Hann More »
Born: 247 B.C. (Carthage(now Tunisia))


Hannibal's crossing of the Alps in 218 BC was one of the major events of the Second Punic War ...... However, Hannibal's remaining elephants, which were completely famished, were still unable to proceed along the path. Hannibal's Numidian ...


Apr 3, 2016 ... Their commander Hannibal marched his troops, including cavalry and African war elephants, across a high pass in the Alps to strike at Rome ...


In Alps and Elephants, the first of several books that the evolutionary embryologist wrote on Hannibal, he displayed something of the Kon-Tiki spirit with the claim ...


Sep 18, 1984 ... But no one has yet come up with a satisfactory answer: Where did Hannibal get the elephants for his heroic march across the Alps to attack the ...


Jun 8, 2017 ... Hannibal's route across the Alps is one of those historical questions that cause ... Day 14, Building a road for the elephants; infantry descends.


Apr 6, 2016 ... Hannibal leads his Carthaginian army across the Alps. ... His army consisted of some 30,000 soldiers, 15,000 horses and at least 37 elephants.


Jul 24, 2016 ... Hannibal crossed the Alps with an army and elephants during the Second ... thousands of horses and nearly 40 elephants — took through the ...


A surprising innovation may have helped the Carthaginians cross the snow- covered terrain of the Alps.


Hannibal had more than 80 elephants at his disposal to intimidate his enemies on the battlefield, but they were a logistical nightmare for the army.