Hannibal: Rome’s Greatest Enemy | The Man Who Hated Rome | Timeline


No shortlist of the greatest generals in history would be complete with out the name of Hannibal. This film shows why he was both feared and respected by his enemies. Hannibal’s tactical genius is illustrated with the latest three-dimensional graphics technology and exciting dramatic reconstructions of his victories. This is the story of the General who took on the might of Rome. Hannibal led his forces, including a squadron of elephants, through France, over the Alps and into the heart of Italy. For 15 years he fought the Romans using their own country as his battlefield and his base. With his small forces, he destroyed larger well-trained Roman Armies with almost contemptuous ease. This feature length special also shows how Rome, after defeating Hannibal, destroyed the city of Carthage and attempted to wipe out an entire civilisation.

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  1. If he only had catapults to destroy roman walls, he could destroy 100 thousands of roman soldiers only with his 30 thousand men, and end the roman just like they did to Carthage, but god had different plan for the world.

  2. Hannibal could of achieved a lot if he actually had the support of Carthage, his campaign was the not sanctioned in his home state and I believe he hadn't been anywhere near Carthage for a good couple of decades,its the same today you can start any war you like but if it doesn't have popular support it will collapse

  3. Those stones where they claim that children were sacrificed don't actually say 'This child by the name of so and so was sacrificed here' lol. It's a misnomer. The only actual source for the idea of Carthage sacrificing babies are the Romans and we now know that the Romans were the first great masters of propaganda, and sure enough the very Romans who make this claim against Carthage are the propagandists of their time. There is no archaeological evidence that the Carthaginians did this and it's actually starting to point away from child sacrifice. If you consider everything, this is likely just Roman propaganda. Look at how far they went in attempting to erase the history of Carthage altogether, of course it wasn't at all beyond them to make up stories like this.

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