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Kbor Klib and Battle of Zama BAR1399 (British Archaeological Reports)


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Legio XVII: Battle of Zama

by: Mr. Thomas A. Timmes
Legio XVII Series, Book 3 (historical fiction): Following Scipio’s victory at Ilipa, Spain in 206 BC, Mago Barca, Hannibal’s brother, sails with his army to the northern Italian port of Genoa in 205, to attempt to do what his brother Hasdrubal failed to do in 207: reinforce the embattled Hannibal. Mago recruits mercenaries from as far away as Illyria (modern Albania) and Posonium (modern Slovakia). Praetor Manius Tullus leads Legiones XVII and V Etrusci to Verona to prevent the mercenaries from joining Mago and fights them at the Battle of Lake Benacus.
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The Battle of Zama

by: Don Nardo
The Battle of Zama was fought between the ancient nations of Rome and Carthage on the plain of Zama in 202 B.C. It resulted in a Roman victory that would spell the end of Carthage.
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The Battle of Zama: A History of One of the Greatest Battles of All Time

by: James K. Wheaton
The Battle of Zama was the decisive battle of the Second Punic War, a war fought between Rome and Carthage in the Third Century AD. The war itself pitted two fierce rivals who vied for supremacy in the Mediterranean. A Roman victory on this day would do more then simply bring an end to a long war; it would completely destroy a fierce enemy and would be the first step on its path towards making Rome an empire. For Carthage, nothing less then its own survival was at stake. Victory would expel a foreign force from its soil and could lead to renewed action against the Romans.
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Kbor Klib and Battle of Zama BAR1399

by: Duncan Ross
In the remote countryside of north-central Tunisia, between the cities of Siliana and Le Kef, stands a ruined stone structure known as Kbor Klib. A thorough examination of North African archaeological documentation reveals that the monument has over the years been the subject of a variety of descriptions, discussions and investigations. In this study, the author looks afresh at the archaeological and historical evidence of the site and its environs, and the intriguing possibility that the structure is associated with the Roman North African occupation in general, and the famous battle of Zama in 202 BC between Hannibal and Scipio in particular.
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The Battle of Zama (202 B.C.E.)

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Battle of Zama (Historical Battle Gameplay)

Scipio Africanus takes on the mighty Hannibal at the battle of Zama! This historical battle comes with the release of the Hannibal at the Gates DLC.

BATTLE OF ZAMA - Legendary Difficulty - Historical Battle for Rome 2

Historical battle of Zama for Rome 2 on Legendary Difficulty. Played on the final patch for Rome 2 with no modifications. These battles are not fought to be ...

The Battle of Zama

Documentary and simulation of the Battle of Zama. Game engine - Rome: Total War Mod - Rome: Total Realism.

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