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Hannibal attached torches to stampeding cattle

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Clash of Giants: Rome's Darkest Hour. Fabius believed he had Hannibal cornered but the Carthaginian attached torches to stampeding cattle and the Romans thought their enemy was on the move. During the confusion Hannibal and his men slipped away. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 925 (13 October 1979).

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