Humanities › History & Culture Second Punic War Timeline Chronology of the Second Punic War Fought Between Carthage and Rome Share Flipboard Email Print History & Culture Ancient History and Culture Figures & Events Ancient Languages Greece Egypt Asia Rome Mythology & Religion American History African American History African History Asian History European History Genealogy Inventions Latin American History Medieval & Renaissance History Military History The 20th Century Women's History View More By N.S. Gill Ancient History and Latin Expert M.A., Linguistics, University of Minnesota B.A., Latin, University of Minnesota N.S. Gill is a Latinist, writer, and teacher of ancient history and Latin. She has been featured by NPR and National Geographic for her ancient history expertise. our editorial process N.S. Gill Updated March 08, 2017 Ultimately, Rome won the Second Punic War, but it was not a foregone conclusion. This chronology includes references to some of the other fronts on which Rome was fighting at the same time and the importation of the stone Great Mother from Asia Minor that Rome brought home to help her reverse the trend and win the war. Before the Second Punic War Spain] Hispania. From A Classical Atlas of Ancient Geography by Alexander G. Findlay. 1849. 236- Hamilcar in Spain228 - Hasdrubal in SpainNew Carthage foundedRome forms alliance with Saguntum227 - Rome intervenes and forces Carthage to resign Sardinia to Rome, which makes Sardinia and Sicily its first provinces.221 - Hasdrubal dies219 - Hannibal becomes chief commander Second Punic War Hal Beral / Getty Images 218 - Hannibal in northern Italy. Battles of Ticinus and Trebia.Scipio sends his brother to Spain.217 - Roman naval victory off the Ebro. Battle at Lake Trasimenus216 - Battle of CannaeRevolts in central Italy and Capua.215 - Hannibal in southern Italy.Hasdrubal defeated at Dertosa.Alliance of Carthage with Philip and Syracuse.214 - Roman successes in Spain[214-05 1st Macedonian War]213 Hannibal occupies Tarentum.Roman Siege of Syracuse.212 - Siege of Capua.[Ludi Apollinares introduced]211 - Hannibal marches on RomeCapture of Syracuse and Capua.Scipios defeated in Spain210 - Fall of Agrigntum.Scipio Africanus goes to Spain209 - Tarentum recaptured. New Carthage Captured.208 - Death of Marcellus.Battle of Baecula207 - Defeat of Hasdrubal at Metaurus.206 - Battle of Ilipa. Conquest of Spain205 - Scipio goes to Sicily.204 - Cult stone of Great Mother brought from Asia Minor.Scipio goes to Africa.203 - Defeat of Syphax.Battle of the Great Plains. The defeat of Mago. Hannibal recalled.202 - Battle of Zama - Scipio victor.201 - Peace - Carthage becomes a client state. Reference A History of the Roman World 753 to 146 BC London: Methuen & Co. Ltd. 1969 Reprint.