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  • The Punic Wars By Lucca Ginocchio
  • We have too keep on fighting though, our teqnique of ramming into there ships might just work
  • First Punic War 264 BCE
  • great Idea!
  • I got it! We use  hooks to pull the ship closer and use our military to destroy them!
  • I know we have a better and more experienced army, but there navy is too strong
  • Against all odds, the Romans won because of  the idea to use there army. They acquired a lot of islands around the Mediterranean like Sardinia and Corsica
  • I heard from one of the  officers that they had come across France, and are trying to invade from the north 
  • Second Punic War (Italy)
  • I hope we can also fend off Hannibal and his army from the south. 
  • The Carthaginians finally had made Rome give up, so the army had sailed off to Africa to try to defeat them there.
  • Yea, they are camped outside of Rome and trying to coax the tribes to help them
  • Second Punic War (Africa)
  • Yea, we might have this one in the bag!
  • Unexpectedly, Rome had won the war.In return, they got Spain and had to pay Rome 10,000 silver talents.
  • It was an awesome idea to come here! Now Hannibal will be forced to retreat and defend his city!
  • Hopefully, this will be it. I need to get home and work on the farm...
  • Third Punic War Ends 146 BC
  • Yea, I really agree with you.  Right now would be the perfect time to strike!
  • Rome had decided to go to war once again, and they defeated Carthage for good. They gained the whole north African coast, and now controlled the medditeranian sea.
  • I really hope that they decide to go to another war with Carthage. They are defenseless and we could make sure they never can come back to power!
  • That Cato The Elder guy really has the right idea.
  • The wars affected Rome and Carthage greatly. Rome now used more slaves than ever due to them gaining many from the final war and Rome also now controlled the trade routes in the Mediterranean which made Rome a more culturally diverse place. Carthage, on the other hand, was converted into the Roman providence of Africa, and the city was condemned and became desolate.
  • The Effects of the War 
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