[haz-droo-buh l, haz-droo-]
- died 207 b.c., Carthaginian general (brother of Hannibal).
- died 221 b.c., Carthaginian general (brother-in-law of Hannibal).
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It was decided, accordingly, to attack Hasdrubal at once, and the signal for battle was given.
Even Scipio's terms were found by Hasdrubal to be inadmissible.
The name of the Carthaginian general on this occasion was Hasdrubal.
They were, moreover, to allow Hasdrubal's banished opponents to return to Carthage.
Hasdrubal fled with the remainder of his army toward the Tagus and the Pyrenees.
- died 207 bc, Carthaginian general: commanded the Carthaginian army in Spain (218–211); joined his brother Hannibal in Italy and was killed at the Metaurus