Objects & Places from The Ghosts of Cannae: Hannibal and the Darkest Hour of the Roman Republic

Robert L. O'Connell
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Cannae - This place was the location of a battle on August 2 in 216 B.C. where 48,000 Romans were killed.

First Punic War - This lasted 23 years when Rome tried to take down Carthage.

Second Punic War - This included the Battle of Cannae and involved the Carthaginians, Gauls, and Romans.

Iliad - This story showed how wars were fought between individuals in close quarters.

Roads - This unified people and helped them move about with more freedom.

The Alps - This was a region crossed by Hannibal and his army, but many died or turned back before reaching their destination.

Elephants - These were used in battle and were powerful, but unreliable.

Quinqueremes - This was the name of a boat used by Romans in battle which allowed them to latch on and board enemy ships.

Poison - This was called a wedding present.

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