Hazdrubal Lijepi

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Hazdrubal Lijepi (cca. 270 - 221. pne.) bio je kartaginski vojskovođa.[1][2][3]

Bio je Hanibalov šurjak i zet Hamilkara Barke[4], čiji je saveznik bio u sukobu s vladajućom kartaginskom aristokracijom nakon prvog punskog rata, odnosno glavni pomoćnik prilikom osvajanja Hispanije. Bio je predmet glasina prema kojima je odnos Hamilkara i Hazdrubala bio ljubavnički, odnosno da je Hamilkar Hazdrubalu dao ruku svoje kćeri samo zato da bi omogućio nastavak te veze.[5] Međutim, moguće je da su te glasine širene od strane Hamilkarovih neprijatelja u svrhu njegove diskreditacije. [6]

Nakon Hamilkarove smrti 228. pne. Hazdrubal ga je naslijedio kao komandant kartaginskih snaga u Hispaniji te je tamo stvoreno carstvo proširio vještim korištenjem diplomacije. Osnovao je grad Carthago Nova (Cartagena) kao sjedište nove provincije, te sklopio ugovor s Rimskom Republikom kojim je rijeka Ebro određena kao granica dviju interesnih sfera. Pao je kao žrtva keltskog atentatora.[3]

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  1. http://www.bc-enschede.nl/wenglish/grassroots/clashofthetitans/3g/lamain_meijer/HannibalwebsitedoorMarloesLamainenEstherMeijer/Hannibalslife.htm
  2. "Hasdrubal - MSN Encarta". Arhivirano iz originala 31. 10. 2009.. http://www.webcitation.org/5kwqWN69q. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 http://www.apollonia.com.tn/hgbww5.htm
  4. Livy's History of Rome: Book 21.2
  5. "Hasdrubal, coming between father and son, held the supreme power for eight years. He is said to have become a favourite of Hamilcar's owing to his personal beauty as a boy; afterwards he displayed talents of a very different order, and became his son-in-law." Livy's History of Rome: Book 21.2 [1]
  6. Nepos, Cornelius (circa 380 BC). Excellentium Imperatorum Vitae. XXII.III.. "There also accompanied him a young man named Hasdrubal, a person of high birth and great beauty, who, as some said, was beloved by Hamilcar with less regard to his character than was becoming; for so great a man could not fail to have slanderers. Hence it happened that Hasdrubal was forbidden by the censor of public morals to associate with him; but Hamilcar then gave him his daughter in marriage, because, according to their usages, a son-in-law could not be interdicted the society of his father-in-law." 

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