The Punic Wars

The Punic Wars

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  • The Punic Wars 509 BCE to 14 CE
  • You know exactly what we want!!
  • Rome wouldn't surrender, but finally turned the tables on Carthage by editing the rules of naval warfare. They ended up being the ones to win this battle.
  • The First Period: 509-264 BCE
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  • Okay, okay! Jeez!
  • Rome defeated Carthage in the three Punic Wars and gained control of the colonies and sea routes of Carthage. Multiple places fell under the Roman influence, including Spain, Sicily, and Greece.
  • Yeah!!!
  • The Second Period: 264-146 BCE
  • We must make Carthage fall!!!!
  • Julius Cesar conquered Gaul and defeated Pompey. He then anointed himself as "dictator for life." Meanwhile, Asia Minor, Syria and Egypt were added to Rome's territory.
  • There's no turning back now! Let's cross the Rubicon!
  • The Third Period: 145-44 BCE
  • Yeah! Let's cross!
  • Rome finally reached it's extent, and stopped expanding. From this point, Rome went from the Black Sea to the west of Britain.
  • Can you believe it??? We've expanded all the way to Britain!
  • The Fourth Period: 44 BCE-14 CE
  • No, I can't! Rome has gotten so big, that I lost track!
  • There was said to be peace at this time, but in the meantime, Rome was struggling to make sure they had strong borders.
  • Peace at last!
  • Pax Romana: 14-180 CE
  • But not really, we still have to watch out for our borders!
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