- In a nutshell: the Punic Wars
- In 219 BC, Hannibal (son of Hamilcar Barca, a Carthaginian general during the First Punic War) broke the tentative peace between the two cities and laid siege to Saguntum (in eastern Spain), then an ally of Rome.
- Libia, blitz dell'Isis a Sabrata
- Tripoli - "Dum Romae consulitur, Saguntum expugnatur", mentre a Roma si discute, Sagunto viene espugnata: si potrebbe ricorrere a una metafora delle guerre puniche per descrivere il caos in cui sta sprofondando ogni giorno di piu' la Libia.
- The Lion of Carthage
- In 220, he refused a peremptory Roman demand that he leave Saguntum alone, instead putting it to the sack after an eight-month siege. The Roman Senate sent an embassy to Carthage, demanding that Hannibal be punished for his crime—and knowing full ...
- Arapahoe HS shooter had countdown to attack
- On September 17, 2013, he wrote, "enter project saguntum, a 10 year subconscious project for me to exact revenge." He continued, "I will shoot up my school… and it will be winter during finals week." He added "I am a psychopath with a superiority complex.
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