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The Start of Rome vs Carthage
The Second Punic War
The Finale Of The Punic Wars
The Punic Wars were a series of three wars between Rome and Carthage from 264 B.C. to 146 B.C. The First Punic War was fought partly on land in Sicily and Africa, but was largely a naval war. By 241 B.C., the Romans forced Carthage to surrender. As part of this surrender, Carthage paid Rome a large tribute of land and treasure.
In the second Punic War, Carthage had more success fighting the roman legions. Cause their advantage was a bigger army. And there was three military, during the attack to fight Rome they brought three dozens of elephants to fight Rome cause they wanted to end Rome.
During the third, war Rome won. And the roman army was in Italy to fight Carthage and fought them strategically to turn it around to defeat the Carthage army to win the war and end once and for all so they knew what they would do so they won and at the end they took over all of their land.
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