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Hannibal - The Struggle for Power in the Mediterranean
Hannibal - The Struggle for Power in the Mediterranean
De Beer, Gavin
An authoritative study of Hannibal and his struggles for power in the Mediterranean. Sir Gavin de Beer, Fellow of the Royal Society and of the Society of Antiquities, presents a fully documented biography of the great Carthaginian General and Statesman, setting the historical scene, analysing the rivalry between Carthage and Rome; recounting the march over the Alps and the ensuing battles; and describing the rout of the Romans; the disappointing sequel, the loss of Carthegina and Tarentum; the death of Marcellus; the loss of Spain ; the preparations for Africa ; Hannibal in Carthage; his last years and the aftermath, The Third Punic War. The text is supported by 216 black and white illustrations and 16 coloured plates... Note - Scruffy ex-Library
Second hand Hardback