After the defeat of Hannibal, in Daunia (south of italy) there is still a legend. It’s the story of Iris, guilty of having loved the Carthaginian leader and having betrayed her people. As a consequence, she was punished by stoning to death and thrown in the swamps. Even today, her restless soul wonders among abysses and shrubs. The travellers used to scare her by throwing a stone into the marshes. Since her death these land are called “Alma Dannata”.