Born in Berlin, Germany (1943), Ph.D. University of Florida (1974), Professor and Graduate Fellow, U. of Nebraska (1977-present time). Interest area: Psychological analysis/interpretation of Hannibal and the Punic Wars. http://www.unk.edu/acad/psychology/index.php?id=2154

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Revision and Reconstruction in the Punic Wars: Cannae Revisited

This paper attempts to expose the revisionism in Polybius's and Titus Livius's accounts of the second Punic War and to reconstruct what actually happened in the battle of Cannae.

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Revision and Reconstruction in the Second Punic War: Zama—Whose Victory?

A reconstruction of the events leading up to the battle of Zama, 202 BCE, showing that Massinissa, rather than Scipio, was the true victor.

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