Hannibal Would Hannibal be a bigger hit if it was airing on a cable network?
To paraphrase the renegade philosopher Hannibal, I love it when science comes together.
Who can forget James Franco dressing up as Marilyn Monroe in 2011, or Billy Crystal opening as Hannibal Lecter in 1992?
As we gear up for another rebirth with the launch of Hannibal, what explains the obsession with the villain?
In the episodes of Hannibal NBC has sent out to critics, women really get it the worst.
Hannibal, though fallen, retained still in Carthage some portion of his former power.
The people of Hannibal are not more changed than is the town.
Hannibal was mercilessly cruel in all cases where he imagined that severity was demanded.
Hannibal is glad of any opportunity to do him honor as he has honored her.
Hannibal, who always saw things as they were, knew that the long struggle was over.
masc. proper name, name of the Carthaginian general who hounded Rome in the 2nd Punic War, Punic Hannibha'al, literally "my favor is with Baal;" first element related to Hebrew hanan "he was gracious, showed favor" (see Hannah).
A general from the ancient city of Carthage. During the second of the Punic Wars between Carthage and Rome, Hannibal took an army of more than 100,000, supported by elephants, from Spain into Italy in an effort to conquer Rome. The army had to cross the Alps, and this troop movement is still regarded as one of the greatest in history. Hannibal won several victories on this campaign but was not able to take Rome.