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Africanus (Spanish Edition)

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Africanus (Spanish Edition) by Posteguillo, Santiago, 9788466664004
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  • ISBN: 9788466664004 | 8466664009
  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 11/17/2020
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Con magistral precisión histórica y un excelente ritmo narrativo,  Santiago Posteguillo presenta la historia de la infancia y juventud de  Africanus, uno de los personajes más influyentes de Occidente.

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A finales del siglo III a. C., Roma se encontraba al borde de la  destrucción total, a punto de ser aniquilada por los ejércitos  cartagineses al mando de uno de los mejores estrategas militares de  todos los tiempos: Aníbal. Su alianza con Filipo V de Macedonia, que  pretendía la aniquilación de Roma como Estado y el reparto del mundo conocido entre las potencias de Cartago y Macedonia, constituía una  fuerza imparable que, de haber conseguido sus objetivos, habría determinado para siempre el devenir de Occidente.

Pero el azar y la fortuna intervinieron para que las cosas fueran de  otro modo. Pocos años antes del estallido del más cruento conflicto  bélico que se hubiera vivido en Roma, nació un niño que estaba destinado  a cambiar el curso de la historia: Publio Cornelio Escipión.

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With a masterful historical precision and an excellent narrative rhythm, Santiago Posteguillo offers the story of Africanus’ childhood and youth, one of the most influential characters in the West.
 
MASTERFUL! ESSENTIAL! AN AUTHENTIC BEST-SELLER!
 
At the end of the 3rd century B.C., Rome was on the verge of total destruction, about to be wiped out by the Carthaginian armies under the command of one of the best military strategists of all time: Hannibal. His alliance with Philip V of Macedonia, who sought the annihilation of Rome as a State and to split the world between the two great powers Carthage and Macedonia, was an unstoppable force that, had it achieved its objectives, would have forever changed the future of the West.
 
But fate and fortune intervened so that things would turn out differently. A few years before the bloodiest war that Rome ever lived, a boy was born who was destined to change the course of history: Publius Cornelius Scipio.

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