Battle of the river Trebia
The Battle of the Trebia River took place in December 218 BC during the Punic Wars. The Carthaginian army led by Hannibal and the Roman army led by Sempronio Long met in it. The Roman army suffered a crushing defeat here, and Hannibal proved his ingenious talents here. This battle led to the Battle of Kann, which proved to be the worst disaster for the Roman army, and Hannibal's cavalry showed its undeniable qualities over the Roman cavalry.