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Reviews | January 31, 2012
Hellenistic Marble Bust of Hannibal, likely from Capua, Italy (Photo in public domain )
By Patrick Hunt
The subtitle of Andreas Kluth’s insightful book...
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History Underfoot | December 15, 2010
By Danny Wood
Three brothers, Danny, Ben and Sam Wood, search for archaeological traces of Hannibal, the Carthaginian warrior, as they cycle his two thousand mile...
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