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The first Punic War lasted from 264-241 BC and was fought between Carthage and Rome, mostly at sea. The reason for the war was because Rome was asked to help overthrow Carthage by mercenaries that claimed Carthage took their land.
The First Punic War ended with Rome being victorious.
The second Punic was lasted from 318-201 BC, the reason was over the boundaries for the Ebro River. They both wanted more and more so they ended up fighting over it.
Hannibal remembered his oath to his father to hate the Romans and attacks Rome, his army wins and Carthage pillages Saguntum.
The third Punic War lasted from 149-169 BC, and was fought because Carthage was put under siege because Numidia, a client state of Rome, was told to siege them.
This siege ended up being the ultimate destruction or Carthage, for at the fifty year mark, Carthage rebelled against Numidia and lost, making Rome the ultimate winners of the war.
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