Hannibal crosses Alps during Second Punic War
19th-century illustration--"Hannibal crossing the Alps"--Drawn by H. Leutemann. Cargathinian general Hannibal is famous for his strategy of crossing the Alps into Italy (with the help of elephants) in order to attack Rome in 218 B.C.
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