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(247-183), one of the world's greatest generals, 1.108.

son of Hamilcar Barca, 3.99.

sacked Saguntum (219), crossed the Alps and defeated the Romans on the Trebia and Ticinus (218), at Trasimenus (217), Cannae (216), 1.40; 3.113114.

defeated at Zama (202); maligned by the Romans as treacherous and cruel, 1.38.

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