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First Punic War, 264 BC
Second Punic War, 218 BC
Third Punic War, 150 BC
The first punic war broke out in 264 b.c and ended with the destruction of Carthage in 146 b.c. By the time the first punic war broke out,Rome became the dominate power throughout the Italian peninsula, Carthage-a powerful state in northern Africa had established itself as the leading maritime power
In the second punic war, the great Carthaginian general Hannibal invaded Italy and scored great victories at lake Transience and cannae before his eventual defeat at the hands of Romes Scipio Africans in 202 b.c. This Punic war lasted till 218 b.c--201 b.c.
Rome picks a quarrel in 150 BC on the basis of an infringement of the treaty's terms; the Carthaginians have taken up arms against an invading neighbor (and have been defeated), so technically they have gone to war without Rome's permission. Rome's vindictive attitude is evident in the terms offered in 149.
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