Hannibal: Enemy of Rome
Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1960 - 257 páginas
The drama of Hannibal's proposed plan to destroy Rome in 216 B.C. is presented with vividness and authenticity. The hazardous 1000-mile trip made by his army and 34 elephants and the 17 fighting years of the Second Punic War left Hannibal short of his goal, the annihilation of Rome.
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This is the only book I've read on Hannibal, I found the author took an interesting course with the book by trying to trace Hannibal's steps from Carthage to Rome. This gives you a picture of the ... Ler resenha completa
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