In Technique we will simulate, that better advised, Hannibal would have predicted the evolution of the training of the Roman army and in one of the decisive actions of his plan would not have wasted his elephants against the legionaries but instead employed them against the horses, still susceptible to the instinct to the fear of these. The Carthaginians will employ the reinforced oblique Jomini battle order on the attacking flank (as, although superior in quantity they were inferior in quality): the shock of the Carthaginian line will follow from the right wing with the elephants leading the cavalry Carthaginian against that of the Roman equites - less accustomed to elephants than the Numidians; continuing the infantry tug of war in the center; until the engagement of the Numid cavalry on the left.
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