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Complete Report Covering the Study of an Ancient Person or Site

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Complete report covering the study of an ancient site or person Full report scored 90% on the topic, missing the vital analysis throughout which would've bumped it to full marks MARKING CRITERIA ATTACHED

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1st millennium BC Time Hannibal Second Punic War Battle of Cannae Scipio Africanus Battle of Ticinus Punic Wars Mago Barca Ancient Carthage Publius Cornelius Scipio Battle of Rhone Crossing Hannibal Barca
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1st millennium BC Time Hannibal Second Punic War Battle of Cannae Scipio Africanus Battle of Ticinus Punic Wars Mago Barca Ancient Carthage Publius Cornelius Scipio Battle of Rhone Crossing Hannibal Barca
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Show this by example. The tactics used by Hannibal Barca during the Second Punic war greatly influenced his legacy, by which warfare thereafter was critically transformed. The strategies used by Hannibal during the Second Punic war were second to none; even when greatly outnumbered at the best of times, he managed to carve victory from the toughest of odds. Being born to a Carthaginian General, Hannibal was born into a family built for war with an exceptional despise for the Roman people. Being named the Carthaginian General at age 26 Hannibal began leading his own army. After his decisive and ambitious move of crossing the Alps, once in Roman Italy, each battle was to leave a great impression on the world. Although meeting his demise at Zama, Hannibal's military genius and undefeated score in Italy has grown to become his matchless legacy. ...
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