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Battle of Zama THE BATTLE OF ZAMA HANNIBAL AND SCIPIO MEET BEFORE THE BATTLE After crossing the alps in 218 BC,Hannibal's Carthaginian army advanced across the Italian peninsula defeating every Roman force sent against them. Although Hannibal had not been defeated, neither had he succeed in destro...
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The Battle of Zama Home Page Army Picture Page Children's SectionE-mail Other Battle Descriptions Battle of Cannae216 BC Battle of Ilipa206 BC Battle of Cynoscephalae197 BC Battle of AdrianopleAD 378 The Battle of Zama The Battle of Zama in the summer of 202 BC marked the end of the power of the gre...
The Battle of Zama, fought around October BC, marked the end of the Second Punic War . A Roman army led by Publius Cornelius Scipio Africanus (Scipio), with crucial support from Numidian leader Masinissa , defeated a Carthaginian force led by the commander Hannibal , despite Hannibal possessing nume...

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