Hannibal: Enemy of Rome

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Following the first Punic War, Sicily had been taken by Rome, Corsica and Sardina were lost, but Spain remained as a powerful Carthaginian settlement. By the efforts of his father, Hannibal was taken to an altar in Spain to witness the offerings; and laying his hands upon such, sweared an oath to prove himself to forever be an enemy of the Roman Empire...
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He had the support of both his troops and of the government above him. This was quite an achievement considering that the military he commanded was not made of one race or speech. Unlike the soldiers of Rome who were bound by a common loyalty to the State, his soldiers owed no such allegiance. His soldiers ranged from conscripts of Spain to volunteers from North Africa...
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