Hannibal with Carthage in Flames

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Hannibal with Carthage in Flames.  It was a sight that Hannibal was thankfully spared.  The city for which he had fought so long against Rome, taken by the enemy, was now in flames, and its population dead or in chains.  Soon it would be level with the sands of the Sahara.  Original artwork for illustration on p 18 of Look and Learn issue no 928 (3 November 1979).

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