Why didn’t Hannibal attack Rome? ⚔️ Hannibal Part 7 – Second Punic War

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➤ Hannibal episode list:
PART 1 https://youtu.be/sF1zOflXZKY
PART 2 https://youtu.be/uSDGqRWcbsk
PART 3 https://youtu.be/1PPH78ahpp0
PART 4 https://youtu.be/Yua17eOTKYY
PART 5 https://youtu.be/MqW2ShfF1nA
PART 6 https://youtu.be/T4Dgc4Zao2U
PART 7 https://youtu.be/CAXMibcpRF8
PART 8 https://youtu.be/Q97QDFJqZpY

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➤ Music:
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Joss Edwards – Sand and Sunburn
Derek & Brandon Flechter – The Sahara Desert

➤ Sources:
“Histories” – Polybius
“Carthage must be destroyed” – Richard Miles
“Fall of Carthage” – Adrian Goldsworthy
“Hannibal’s Oath” – John Prevas
“Hannibal: The Military Biography of Rome’s Greatest Enemy” – Richard A. Gabriel
“Life of Marcellus” – Plutarch
“The Second Punic war at sea” – Boris Rankov

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2 Comments

  1. After the battle of Lake Trasimene, Hannibal was at a crossroad. For the first time he had the opportunity to try to take Rome. We wanted to discuss this important issue in a separate video before the three important upcoming battles (Geronium, Ager Falernus and Cannae).

    Should he have tried to attack the Roman capital after Trasimene? Since the times of Polybius, historians argue about this issue and we'd love to see what your thoughts are.

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