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Hannibal Magnus: The Find is the first of four books in the Hannibal Magnus series.
In "The Find," an ancient sarcophagus is discovered in the Italian Alps, and its contents prove to be of enormous importance to the study of archeology and history. One of the tomb's treasures was the collected writings of a member of Hannibal's staff, an eyewitness and participant of the Second Punic War. The author, Aeneas, recorded his observations and the events that had up until this point, only been guessed at by historians. In spite of Hannibal’s string of victories, Carthage - when faced with a single defeat - surrendered to Rome. The book points out that Carthage had distaste for long wars, and when faced with one - even a war they were winning - their patience fell short. The book is available on http://www.amazon.com.