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10 Things You Might Not Know About Hannibal

Hannibal (247 BC - 183-182 BC) is widely considered as one of the most brilliant military leaders and strategists in history. He led an army of 50,000 infantry across Europe to attack Rome and while he was ultimately defeated, he and his men were one of Rome's greatest threats.

Discover ten things you may not know about this audacious military commander: