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Hannibal in Italy By: Patrick Markvart
Hannibal was the son of Hamilcar.
Both Hamilcar and Hannibal were from Carthage.
People from Carthage were called Carthaginians.
Hannibal was very close to his father Hamilcar.
Hamilcar hated the Romans!
BeforeHamilcar died Hannibal promised him that he would fight the Romans.
The Romans lived in what is now Italy.
Hannibal marched his army all the way from Spain to Italy.
Hannibal tricked the Romans by attacking from the north over the mountains.
Does anyone know what the name of the mountains in northern Italy are called?
That’s right, they are called the ALPS!
The Alps are very high and cold.
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