HANNIBAL BARCA

247 BC J.-C - between 183 and 181 BC. J.-C

Hannibal Barca (in Phoenician Hanni-baal means "who has the favor of Baal" and Barca, "lightning"), born in Carthage (northeast of present-day Tunis in Tunisia) and died by suicide in Bithynia (near the current Bursa in Turkey), is a Carthaginian general and politician, generally considered to be one of the greatest military tacticians in history.

 

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2015 | Oil on linen | 195 x 114 cm | Available