WHAT IF THE PAST HAD BEEN DIFFERENT?
215 B.C. The Third Punic War has left Rome defeated and in ruins. Under the leadership of the legendary Hannibal, the troops of Carthage are prepared to slaughter their enemies. But Hannibal gives them a choice: exile or extermination. And so, the Romans retreat. Hannibal thinks he has brought peace with honor. But he has made a grave miscalulation.
WHAT IF ONE WAR HAD CHANGED THE WORLD?
100 B.C. For 115 years, the Romans have channeled the rage of defeat into a ferocious war machine. From the rich Carthaginian colonies in Egypt, to the walled shores of Carthage itself, they have one eye on revenge. In the ultimate battle for supremacy, Rome will never be found second best…