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Second Punic War Gallery

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Choose from 38 pictures in our Second Punic War collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Bust of Hannibal Barca
Bust of Hannibal Barca
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The Battle of Zama, after 1567. Creator: Unknown
The Battle of Zama, after 1567. Creator: Unknown
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The Capture of Carthagena by Scipio and His Troops, 1539. Creator: Georg Pencz
The Capture of Carthagena by Scipio and His Troops, 1539. Creator: Georg Pencz
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Scipio Restoring His Captive to Her Lover, 17th century. Creator: Unknown
Scipio Restoring His Captive to Her Lover, 17th century. Creator: Unknown
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Marcellus, (c268-208 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Marcellus, (c268-208 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown
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Flaminius, (c229-174 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Flaminius, (c229-174 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown
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The Tomb of the Scipio Family (Sepolcro della famiglia de Scipioni), ca 1748
The Tomb of the Scipio Family (Sepolcro della famiglia de Scipioni), ca 1748
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Port of Taranto (Tarentum), 1764
Port of Taranto (Tarentum), 1764
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Coin of Hiero II of Syracuse, 238-215 B.C
Coin of Hiero II of Syracuse, 238-215 B.C
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Hannibals army at the city of Naples. Miniature from: Vie d'Hannibal by Plutarch, 16th century
Hannibals army at the city of Naples. Miniature from: Vie d'Hannibal by Plutarch, 16th century
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Hannibal crossing the Rhone, 1878
Hannibal crossing the Rhone, 1878
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Hannibal defeated the Romans. From the Romuleon, c. 1480
Hannibal defeated the Romans. From the Romuleon, c. 1480
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Flaminius, (c229-174 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Flaminius, (c229-174 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Flaminius, (c229-174 BC), 1830. Titus Quinctius Flamininus (c229-174 BC) Roman politician and general instrumental in the Roman conquest of Greece who served in the Second Punic war and was elected to consul in 198 BC. From "Biographical Illustrations", by Alfred Howard. [Thomas Tegg, R. Griffin and Co. J. Cumming, London, Glasgow and Dublin, 1830]

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Coin of Hannibal Barca. Carthage. (Obverse: Hannibal, Reverse: Elephant), ca. 213-210 BC
Coin of Hannibal Barca. Carthage. (Obverse: Hannibal, Reverse: Elephant), ca. 213-210 BC
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The Continence of Scipio
The Continence of Scipio
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Defeat of the Fabians, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
Defeat of the Fabians, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
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Archimedes Siege Catapult. From The Histories by Polybius, 1727. Artist: Anonymous
Archimedes Siege Catapult. From The Histories by Polybius, 1727. Artist: Anonymous
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The Continence of Scipio Africanus, 1600. Artist: Mander, Karel van, the Elder (1548-1606)
The Continence of Scipio Africanus, 1600. Artist: Mander, Karel van, the Elder (1548-1606)
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Hannibal Crosses the Alps (from Munchener Bilderbogen). Artist: Leutemann, Gottlob Heinrich (1824-1905)
Hannibal Crosses the Alps (from Munchener Bilderbogen). Artist: Leutemann, Gottlob Heinrich (1824-1905)
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Hannibal Crosses the Alps. Artist: Masson, Benedict (1819-1893)
Hannibal Crosses the Alps. Artist: Masson, Benedict (1819-1893)
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The Battle of Zama. Artist: Romano, Giulio, (after)
The Battle of Zama. Artist: Romano, Giulio, (after)
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Scipio Africanus Freeing Massiva. Artist: Tiepolo, Giambattista (1696-1770)
Scipio Africanus Freeing Massiva. Artist: Tiepolo, Giambattista (1696-1770)
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The Triumph of Scipio Africanus. Artist: Apollonio di Giovanni di Tommaso (ca. 1415-1465)
The Triumph of Scipio Africanus. Artist: Apollonio di Giovanni di Tommaso (ca. 1415-1465)
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Scipio and Hannibal, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Scipio and Hannibal, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Young Varro, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Young Varro, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Scipio and Hannibal, 1852. Artist: John Leech Featured Image

Scipio and Hannibal, 1852. Artist: John Leech

Scipio and Hannibal, 1852. From The Comic History of Rome, by Gilbert A A'Beckett, illustrated by John Leech. [Bradbury, Agnew & Co, London, 1852]

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Fabius, the slow coach, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Fabius, the slow coach, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal disguising himself, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Hannibal disguising himself, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal crossing the Alps, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Hannibal crossing the Alps, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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His Excellency Q Fabius offering Peace or War to the Carthaginian Senate, 1852. Artist: John Leech
His Excellency Q Fabius offering Peace or War to the Carthaginian Senate, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal crossing the Rhone, 218 BC (1882-1884). Artist: Gilbert
Hannibal crossing the Rhone, 218 BC (1882-1884). Artist: Gilbert
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The Attack on Cartagena, after 1566. Artist: Licinio, Giulio (1527-1591)
The Attack on Cartagena, after 1566. Artist: Licinio, Giulio (1527-1591)
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Scipio paying homage to Mars. Artist: Pittoni, Giovan Battista (1687-1767)
Scipio paying homage to Mars. Artist: Pittoni, Giovan Battista (1687-1767)
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The Fight between Scipio Africanus and Hannibal, c. 1616-1618. Artist: Cesari, Bernardino (1565-1621)
The Fight between Scipio Africanus and Hannibal, c. 1616-1618. Artist: Cesari, Bernardino (1565-1621)
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The Siege of Syracuse, 1895. Artist: Spence, Thomas Ralph (1855-1916)
The Siege of Syracuse, 1895. Artist: Spence, Thomas Ralph (1855-1916)
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Sophonisba, 1640s. Artist: Luca Ferrari
Sophonisba, 1640s. Artist: Luca Ferrari
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Gauls Refuse to Rise in Favor of Hannibal, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
Gauls Refuse to Rise in Favor of Hannibal, 1882. Artist: Anonymous
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Scipio Africanus, Roman general
Scipio Africanus, Roman general
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Scipio Africanus, Roman general Featured Image

Scipio Africanus, Roman general

Scipio Africanus, Roman general. Publius Cornelius Africanus Scipio (236-183 BC) fought in the Second Punic War against Hannibal and the Carthaginians. As a young military tribune he survived the disastrous defeat at Cannae (216 BC). Ten years later he drove the Carthaginians out of Spain, and in 202 BC, decisively defeated Hannibal at the Battle of Zama, bringing the war to an end and earning himself the name Africanus. Intrigues by political enemies forced Scipio to withdraw from public life, and he ended his life a virtual exile

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Hannibal and his army crossing the Alps, 218 BC
Hannibal and his army crossing the Alps, 218 BC
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Hannibal crossing the Alps, 218 BC (early 20th century)
Hannibal crossing the Alps, 218 BC (early 20th century)
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