Two great ancient powers faced the western Mediterranean Sea and dreamed of conquest. Yet, to accomplish this goal, one would be forced to defeat the other! And, the struggle would be long and difficult. In fact, for well over 100 years, the two powers would struggle against each other for supremacy, for dominance. Join us as we learn why Hannibal hated Rome and vowed to be its eternal enemy. Meet Scipio and Cato and read why they felt the same about Hannibal and Carthage. Accounts by the Roman historians - though a bit biased toward their fellow Romans - will bring alive the terrible Roman defeat at Cannae, followed years later by a triumphant victory in Carthage itself. Yet, victory does not always bring praise or happiness. Read of Hannibal's and Scipio's sorrow as their fellow citizens turned against them. Join us for this exciting issue that focuses on some of the best known personalities of the time.