Rome and Carthage: The Punic Wars

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This book usefully, concisely and comprehensively describes the history of the conflict that raged for a century between the Roman Republic and the Carthaginian Empire. In the ancient world these were among the largest conflicts ever fought. At the outset of this struggle the Carthaginians, who had come from Phoenician beginnings, were the dominant power in the Mediterranean region. Rome was aggressively in the ascendant grasping territory with ruthless efficiency. Each side realized that there was only room for one power of imperial influence in the region and that this was a war without compromise—victory or annihilation. The famous and infamous commanders of both forces appear within these pages, including the indomitable Hannibal Barca and Scipio Africanus, together with the equally renowned battles and campaigns that they fought from Spain to Italy and upon the sands of North Africa itself. The contest resulted, of course, in the destruction of Carthage as Rome rose to be the most significant imperial power of the ancient world.

Pages: 260

Pages: 260

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Rome and Carthage: The Punic Wars covers both Punic Wars and Carthage’s destruction. The chapters cover a history of Rome and Carthage, the First Punic War, the Battles of Mylae and Ecnomus, the Invasion of Africa, the Siege of Lilybaeum, the Mercenary War, the Second Punic War, the Battles of Trebia and Trasimene, the Battle of Cannae, the Siege of Syracuse and Capua, the Battle of the Metaurus, the War in Africa and the Battle of Zama, and the Destruction of Carthage. Several characters are covered such as Hamilcar Barca, Hannibal, and P. Cornelius Scipio, among others.

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