Second Punic War

Hasdrubal joins Hannibal in Italy
Hadrubal crosses the Alps ©Image Attribution forthcoming. Image belongs to the respective owner(s).
207 BCE Jan 1

Hasdrubal joins Hannibal in Italy

Rhone-Alpes, France

After the Battle of Baecula, Hasdrubal withdrew the majority of his army in good order; most of his losses were among his Iberian allies. Scipio was not able to prevent Hasdrubal from leading his depleted army over the western passes of the Pyrenees into Gaul. In 207 BCE, after recruiting heavily in Gaul, Hasdrubal crossed the Alps into Italy in an attempt to join his brother, Hannibal.

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