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📝 This is the full documentary of the Battle of Cannae from our Hannibal series, parts 11-13, a detailed analysis of Hannibal’s biggest tactical masterpiece.
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📢 Narrated by David McCallion
Many thanks to Fabio Naskino Fiorenza for allowing us to use his fantastic Hannibal portrait. Check out more of his work here: http://www.puttyandpaint.com/FabioNaskinoFiorenza
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Adrian Goldsworthy – Cannae, Hannibal’s Greatest Victory
Adrian Goldsworthy – Fall of Carthage
Robert L. O’Connell – The Ghosts of Cannae
Nigel Bagnall – The Punic Wars, 264 – 146 BC
Mark Healy – Cannae 216 BC
Adrian Goldsworthy – Roman Warfare
Polybius – Histories
Dexter Hoyos – A companion to the Punic Wars
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Battle of Cannae, 216 BC (Chapter 3) ⚔️ The Carnage ⚔️ Hannibal (Part 13) – Second Punic War
Battle of Cannae, 216 BC (Chapter 2) ⚔️ Opening Moves ⚔️ Hannibal (Part 12) – Second Punic War
Road to Cannae, 216 BC (Chapter 1) ⚔️ Hannibal (Part 11) – Second Punic War
Why didn’t Hannibal attack Rome? ⚔️ Hannibal Part 7 – Second Punic War
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