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People/Characters: Hannibal

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Ab urbe condita, liber 21 [in Latin] by Livynot in English Common Knowledge
Ace London by Mirza-Javed
Adventures from History: Hannibal by L. Du Garde Peachnot in English Common Knowledge
Ancient Siege Warfare: Persians, Greeks, Carthaginians and Romans 546-146 BC by Duncan Campbell
Appian: Roman History, I, Books 1-8.1 (Loeb Classical Library #2) by Appianus
Appian: Roman History, II, Books 8.2-12 (Loeb Classical Library #3) by Appianus
Aspects of Antiquity: Discoveries and Controversies by M. I. Finley
Auld Mortality by Marc Platt
Bestiarius T05 by Masasumi Kakizakinot in English Common Knowledge
Caesar and Christ by Will Durant
Cannae 216 BC: Hannibal smashes Rome's Army by Mark Healynot in English Common Knowledge
Delenda Est by Robert E. Howardnot in English Common Knowledge
Diodorus Siculus: The Library of History, Volume XI, Books 21-32 by Diodorus Siculus
Fearsome: Hannibal, Rome's Worst Nightmare by Philip Brooks
God's Demon by Wayne Barlowe
Great captains: The art of war in the campaigns of Alexander, Hannibal, Caesar, Gustavus Adolphus, Frederick the Great, and Napoleon by Theodore Ayrault Dodge
GURPS Who's Who 2: More of History's Most Intriguing Characters by Phil Masters
Hannibal by Serge Lancelnot in English Common Knowledge
Hannibal by Jakob Seibertnot in English Common Knowledge
Hannibal by Sir Gavin De Beer
Hannibal by Ernle Bradford
Hannibal by Ross Leckie
Hannibal (First Book) by Robert Green
Hannibal - A pun háborúk kora by István Kertésznot in English Common Knowledge
Hannibal of Carthage (Hero Journals) by Sean Price
Hannibal's Campaigns by Tony Bath
Hannibal's Dynasty: Power and Politics in the Western Mediterranean, 247-183 BC by Dexter Hoyos
Hannibal's March: Alps and Elephants by Gavin R. De Beer
Hannibal's Children by John Maddox Roberts
Hannibal: Enemy Of Rome by Leonard Cottrell
He Went with Hannibal by Louise Andrews Kent
Heaven's Core by Erika Lindsen
The Histories: Volume III, Books 5-8 (Loeb Classical Library) by Polybius
The Histories: Volume IV, Books 9-15 (Loeb Classical Library) by Polybius
History Of Ancient Civilization Volume II The Roman World (Volume II) by Albert A. Trever
A History of Ancient Rome by Frances Titchener
History of Hannibal the Carthaginian by Jacob Abbott
A History of Rome to A.D. 565 by Arthur Edward Romilly Boak
History of Rome, books 21-30 by Titus Livius Livy
A History of the Roman World 753-146 BC by H. H. Scullard
How Great Generals Win by Bevin Alexander
Of Saints and Shadows by Christopher Golden
The Prince by Niccolò Machiavelli
The Punic Wars by Brian Caven
Reykjavik Nights by Arnaldur Indriðason
Romas vēsture : 1. grāmata: Ķēniņu laikmets Romā : 21. grāmata: Hannibala iebrukums Itālijā by Tits Līvijs
Roms krig med Karthago och Hannibal by Appianos,not in English Common Knowledge
Rulers of the Ancient World by Folio Society
A Short History of Rome: the Empire, 44 B.C. 476 A.D. by Guglielmo Ferrero; Corrado Barbagallo
A Spy for Hannibal: A Novel of Carthage by Elisabeth Roberts Craft
Les Vies de hommes illustres grecs et romains, comparées l'une avec l'autre par Plutarque de Chaeronée. Translatées par M. Jacques Amyot, conseiller du roy, &c., par lui rev. & corr. en infinis passages. Avec les Vies d'Annibal & de Scipion l'Africain, trad. de lat. en franç. par Charles de l'Escluse... Plus y ont esté adioustées de nouveau les Vies d'Epaminondas, de Philippus de Macédoine, de Dionysius l'aisné, tyran de Sicile, d'Auguste Caesar de Plutarque, & de Sénéque, tirées des bons auteurs by Plutarch
War Elephants (New Vanguard) by Konstantin Nossov
The Young Carthaginian by G. A. Henty

Character description

Carthaginian military commander and tactician who is popularly credited as one of the most talented commanders in history.

Wikipedia page for Hannibal.

In the alternate history series, beginning with Hannibal's Children, written by John Maddox Roberts, Hannibal defeats Rome, exiles the Romans from Italy, and makes himself ruler of Carthage using the title Shofet.

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