Facts On The Punic Wars  

Facts On The Punic Wars

In the 3rd century, Rome and Carthage were two of the biggest empires that were expanding. Rome and Carthage battled in the sea. The series of these conflicts were called the Punic wars. Carthage fought Rome very fiercely with military generals like Hannibal, but still lost the war. More...

 

Punic Wars In Rome

Punic Wars In Rome

The Punic Wars of Rome determines the three wars of Rome and Carthage that spread over a span of over three centuries. It lasted from 264 until 146 BC. They are called the Punic Wars, as the Carthaginians were called Punicus in Latin. More...

Timeline Of The Punic Wars

Timeline Of The Punic Wars

The Punic Wars refers to a series of war that took place between Carthage and the mighty Romans. These wars took place between 264 and 146 BC. At that time these were considered to be the largest wars ever fought. The term Punic is derived from Punicus, which is the Latin term for the Carthaginians. The Carthaginians have a great ancestry passed on from Phoenicians. More...

Who Fought In The Punic Wars ?

Who Fought In The Punic Wars ?

In the year 264 BC, Rome was the most powerful city in the Mediterranean region. Entire Italy was under their control and they had the most powerful army in the world. There was one more power in the same region which could destroy Rome and that was Carthage. Romans were extremely threatened with the presence of Carthage in Sicily. Romans were also worried that Carthage would start controlling the Strait of Messina. Messina was a small island located between Italy and Sicily. More...

 

 

    
 
 


 

 

 
   
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