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There was once an Island called Sicily. There were two armies that wanted the control over Sicily. They were called the Roman Republic and Carthage. Since they both wanted to have control, they had a war.
While You guys keep them busy. I will recruit more soldiers.
Now Rome and Cartage was ready to fight.
264 B.C was the first Punic war. Romans expanded their fleet to 200 ships. These ships had a hook on the end of them so they could ram the hooks into the ships of Carthage so they would sink. That was the first Punic war. Romans took a victory.
Yeah we won! Woop Woop!
We will get revenge!!!
The second Punic war started in 219 B.C. Rome tricked Hannibal was a Carthaginian general into going on a wild goose chase, keeping his army just outside of striking distance. While Rome was recruiting more soldiers it caused the Carthaginians to run out of supplies. Romans took another victory.
The third Punic war started in 146 B.C. When Carthage rebelled, the Roman army destroyed the city once and for all. The surviving Carthaginians were sold into slavery, and North America became part of the growing Roman empire. One more time Rome took the Victory.
With the final defeat of Carthage, Rome was now the most powerful force in the western Mediterranean. Now Rome had control over Carthage, Sicily, North America and more.
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