The route that Hannibal’s army took over the Alps during the second Punic War.

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Hannibal advanced from Carthago (Tunisia) -->Europe-->Italian Alps--> italy.

Carthaginian Territory in the 3rd century BC

Map of the first and second Punic wars (Rome vs. Carthage) Mystery of History Volume Lesson 91

Rome: The Punic Wars - Chapter 1: The First Punic War. Mystery of History Volume 1, Lesson 91 #MOHI91

Ancient History Greece - Rome: The Punic Wars - Chapter The First Punic War. Mystery of History Volume Lesson 91

▶ Extra History - Rome: The Punic Wars - Chapter 3: The Second Punic War Rages On - SOTW Ch. 29

▶ Extra History - Rome: The Punic Wars - Chapter The Second Punic War Rages on - MFW Rome to Reformation week 1

The Punic Wars were a series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage from 264 BC to 146 BC. At the time, they were probably the largest wars that had ever taken place. The term Punic comes from the Latin word Punicus (or Poenicus), meaning "Carthaginian", with reference to the Carthaginians' Phoenician ancestry.

Hannibal's feat in crossing the Alps with 3 dozen war elephants, though many of them did not survive, passed into European legend.

This catchy and informative music video by EdTunes examines the rise, expansion of, collapse, and legacy of the Roman Empire. It focuses on the origins of the Roman Republic and it's after post transformation into an empire through the Punic wars, civil wars, and Pax Romana.

Roman Empire Music Video

This catchy and informative music video by EdTunes examines the rise, expansion of, collapse, and legacy of the Roman Empire. It focuses on the origins of the Roman Republic and it's after post transformation into an empire through the Punic wars, civil wars, and Pax Romana.

Gilded bronze cuirass, Phoenician, Ksour-es-Sal, Tunisia, 3rd C. B.C., dates to the Punic Wars with Rome. Musee du Bardo, Tunis, Tunisia

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Armor from Carthage. Gilded bronze cuirass, Phoenician, Ksour-es-Sal Tunisia C. Carthaginian breastplate dates to the Punic Wars with Rome.

Akragas reached its zenith in the 5th century BC and was one of the leading cities of Magna Graecia, with a population estimated between 200,000 to 800,000. During the Punic Wars, it was conquered by the Romans, who latinized the name to Agrigentum.   Tour With Us in Sicily:  http://tour-withus.com/tours/Sicily/index.html

Akragas reached its zenith in the 5th century BC and was one of the leading cities of Magna Graecia, with a population estimated between 200,000 to 800,000. During the Punic Wars, it was conquered by the Romans, who latinized the name to Agrigentum. Tour With Us in Sicily: http://tour-withus.com/tours/Sicily/index.html

Cartagineses contra romanos en Hispania.                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Battle of Carthaginians & Romans in Spain Cartagineses contra romanos en Hispania.

Punic Wars - Wikipedia

Hannibal crossing the Alps during the Second Punic War - Punic Wars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The port of ancient Carthage.   The Roman control began with the victory in the 3rd Punic War in 146 BCE.  This truly would have been worth living to see....One of the strongest city-states in the world at that time.

The PORT OF ANCIENT CARTHAGE, on the northern coast of AFRICA. The Roman control began with the victory in the Punic War in 146 BCE. This truly would have been worth living to see.One of the strongest city-states in the world at that time.

Roman Republic WIN vs HANNIBAL 2nd PUNIC WAR 88BC Ancient Silver Coin i55465

Roman Republic WIN vs HANNIBAL 2nd PUNIC WAR 88BC Ancient Silver Coin i55465

Punic Wars | Punic wars - LookLex Encyclopaedia

The Punic wars against Carthage were rough. Hannibal had the mad idea he could conquer the Romans on their own soil. You know about him crossing the Alps with elephants.

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