Map of the Battle of Trebia
Map of the Battle of Trebia (218 BC), illustrating Hannibal's strategy.
The Battle of Zama - Start of the Battle
The Battle of Zama (202 BCE): Hannibal starts the battle with his war elephants charging at Roman front. Scipio orders his cavalry to blow loud horns to terrify the charging elephants. The panicked elephants turn at the Carthaginian left...
The Battle of Zama - Scipio's Attack
The Battle of Zama (202 BCE). Carthaginian cavalry routed off the field. Scipio attacks Hannibal's first and second line of infantry and routs both lines.
Archaic Sphinx, Athenian Acropolis
Archaic period sphinx (6th century BCE), Acropolis Museum, Athens.
Capitoline Statue of Julius Caesar
Colossal statue of Julius Caesar from the 2nd century CE in white marble. Modern location: Capitoline Museums, Conservators’ Palace, in Rome, Italy. Source of 3D data: Photographs of cast in the Skulpturhalle, Basel, inv. 757.
Territories During the Second Punic War
The territories involved in the Second Punic War, 218 and 201 BCE. Red = Roman Pink = Roman Allies Blue = Carthaginian Light Blue = Carthaginian Allies
Campaigns of the Second Punic War
A map illustrating the campaigns of the Second Punic War (218-201 BCE).
Carthaginian War Elephant
An artist's rendition of a Carthaginian war elephant during the Punic Wars with Rome.
Battle of Cannae - Initial Deployment
Map of the Battle of Cannae showing the initial deployment and the Roman attack.
Battle of Zama
A 16th century CE painting depicting the Battle of Zama between Rome and Carthage in 202 BCE.