Hannibal defeating the Romans, Battle of Cannae, Second Punic War, 216 BC
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|Caption||Hannibal's victory over the Roman army at the Battle of Cannae, Second Punic War, 216 BC With the horrific journey over the Alps behind them, Hannibal's Cathaginian army embarked on devastating victories that left Rome reeling. Cannae was the worst defeat the Roman Republic ever suffered: an estimated 70,000 were killed or captured. Thereafter Rome made sure that it avoided fixed battles with the invaders. Original artwork.|
|Creator||Severino Baraldi, Italian (b.1930)|
|Artwork medium||gouache on paper|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|battlefield Hannibal Rome invasion invaders fighting shields costume hand-to-hand combat victory defeat Romans ancient army soldiers military legionaries legions Battle Of Cannae Second Punic War Punic Wars 3rd Century BC Carthage Carthaginians tcx Italy warfare defeating Severino Baraldi|
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