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Over the next few decades,Rome took control of Corsica and Sardinia.
The Second Punic War saw Hannibal and his troops–including as many as 90,000 infantry, 12,000 cavalry and a number of elephants–march from Spain across the Alps and into Italy, where they scored a string of victories over Roman troops at Ticinus, Trebia and Trasimene. Hannibal’s daring invasion of Rome reached its height at Can-nae in 216 B.C., where he used his superior cavalry to surround a Roman army twice the size of his own and inflict massive casualties.
Even though the Romans lost they came back strong and won control of Italy from the Carthaginians and Carthage also had to pay them in silver.
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