Carthage


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an ancient city state on the north African coast near modern Tunis

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The constitution of Carthage is now shifting from an aristocracy to an oligarchy, in consequence of an opinion which is favourably entertained by many, who think that the magistrates in the community ought not to be persons of family only, but of fortune also; as it is impossible for those who are in bad circumstances to support the dignity of their office, or to be at leisure to apply to public business.
Hannibal had carried her arms into the heart of Italy and to the gates of Rome, before Scipio, in turn, gave him an overthrow in the territories of Carthage, and made a conquest of the commonwealth.
L'appel a manifestation d'interet lance par Al Karama Holding, pour la cession d'un bloc d'actions representant 50,52% du capital social de la societe Carthage Cement , est arrive a terme depuis vendredi 9 mars 2018.
Carthage players celebrate the victory over Kenya's prisons, Al-Ahly official website CAIRO -- 14 March 2018: CF de Carthage reached the Women's African Volleyball final for the second consecutive time after defeating Kenya's Prisons 3-1 on Tuesday.
Prisons were beaten by the tournament's defending champions Tunisia's Carthage 3-1 sets (25-15, 22-25, 25-23, 25-21) in the first last four contest staged at the Ahly Hall in Cairo.
It was a case of a bridge too to close yet too far as the Kenya Prisons' crushed out of the African women's Club Championship after succumbing 1-3 (15-25, 25-22, 23-25, 25-21) to defending champions Carthage of Tunisia in the semi-final match at the Ahly Hall in Cairo, Egypt.
Summary: Carthage Cement has completed the loading of its first clinker shipment to Sub-Saharan Africa.
TAP) -- The new showcase of the Carthage National museum "Carthage and the Etruscans, an old friendship," was inaugurated on Friday by Culture Minister Mohamed Zine el Abidine and Tourism Minister Selma Elloumi-Rekik, in the presence of several political and economic personalities, ambassadors and actors in the field of history and heritage.
CARTHAGE - Watching his players dart up and down the field during a recent game, Carthage High head football coach Scott Surratt anxiously anticipated every pass, penalty and fumble, sometimes needing to be stopped from charging onto the turf.
Tunisian actress Mariem Ben Chaabane arrives for the opening ceremony of the Carthage Film Festival's 28th edition on Saturday in Tunis.
Notes: vehicle may be seen by calling west carthage housing authority at 493-3581 between 8:00 am and 3:30 pm monday-friday.
Exploring themes of guilt, forgiveness, and family as well as psychotic breaks and schizophrenia, Carthage delivers a thrillingly ghoulish tale, soon to be followed by book 2 of The Arnaud Legacy, Betrayed.
Raffaele D'Amato aim to represent how the warriors of Carthage may have looked based on a comparative synthesis of archaeological finds and the iconographic and literary sources.
The International Carthage Festival is celebrating 50 years this year and Lebanese superstar Carole Samaha is making her debut at the prestigious event this July.
The only potential lead: a single mention of Carthage, a tiny town in the Wisconsin northern highland.