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Deutsch: Karthagische Kriegselefanten rücken in der Schlacht von Zama (202 v. Chr.) gegen römische Infanterie vor.
English: Carthaginian war elephants engage Roman infantry at the Battle of Zama (202 BC).
Deutsch: um 1890
English: around 1890
Source Das Wissen des 20.Jahrhunderts, Bildungslexikon, Rheda 1931
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