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In a Nutshell

For nearly 80 years, Rome and Carthage fought for supremacy at sea, on land and from the backs of elephants...

THE PUNIC WARS

IN A NUTSHELL

What were they and who fought them?

The Punic Wars were a series of conflicts fought by the powerful cities of Carthage and Rome between 264 BC and 146 BC. The period is usually split into three distinct wars – the First was from 264-241 BC, the Second between 218-201 BC and the Third started in 149 BC and ended, bringing the Punic Wars to a conclusion, in 146 BC.

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