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Patrick N. Hunt is an archeologist, historian, and biographer who has taught humanities, archeology, and mythology at Stanford University since 1993. A Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society in London, Hunt has been featured on TV documentaries, including National Geographic Explorer, Nova, and the Discovery Channel. He is also a National Geographic Expeditions expert. Articles about his Hannibal research have appeared in National Geographic, Archaeology Magazine, and Earth magazine among others. He is the author of Ten Discoveries That Rewrote History and When Empires Clash: Twelve Great Battles in Antiquity, among other books. He lives in Stanford, California.
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Hannibal, -- 247 B.C.-182 B.C.
Generals -- Tunisia -- Carthage (Extinct city) -- Biography.
Punic War, 2nd, 218-201 B.C. -- Campaigns.