Armies of the Carthaginian Wars 265-146 B.C. КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Armies of the Carthaginian Wars 265-146 B.C. (Men-at-arms 121)ByTerence clever, Richard HookPublisher:Os Publishing1993 48PagesISBN: 0850454301PDF29 MBThe epic clash among Rome and Carthage is still some of the most compelling tales of army historical past. The wars integrated such mythical occasions because the crossing of the Alps by way of Hannibal, and the conflict of Cannae. Terence Wise's fantastic textual content info the armies of either side of the wars, together with the various diverse allied troops hired by means of the Carthaginians; Numidians, Celts, Spanish and others who helped make the military some of the most vibrant and cosmopolitan of its day. The textual content is observed by means of a number of illustrations and images, together with 8 complete web page color plates via Richard Hook. crusade 36 and Men-at-Arms 121 also are to be had in one quantity distinctive version as ‘Hannibal’s warfare with Rome’. SharingmatrixDepositfilesMegaupload sixty eight
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