Carthaginian


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a native or inhabitant of ancient Carthage

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of or relating to or characteristic of ancient Carthage or its people or their language

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The title figure, the 'poor Carthaginian' Hanno, is presented with a bizarre mixture of traits, now those of a senex lepidus, a gay old dog, now of a servus callidus, a crafty slave, and now of one who displays the very virtues of an Aeneas, steadfastness and piety.
But they almost lost the second to the noble Hannibal, who led a mighty army of men and elephants from the Carthaginian empire in Spain over the Pyrenees and then over the Alps and into Italy.
But they almost lost the second to the noble Hannibal, who led a mighty army of men and elephants from the Carthaginian empire, in Spain, over the Pyrenees and then over the Alps and into Italy.
According to him, the "Carthage and the Etruscans, an old friendship" exhibition illustrates that before Punic wars and clashes between the Carthaginians and the Romans, the Italic people had established privileged relations with the Carthaginians for about 4 to 6 centuries BC.
[USA], Aug 14 (ANI): Analysis of ancient Roman coins has shown that the defeat of the Carthaginian general Hannibal Barca - one of the greatest military commanders in history - led to a flood of wealth across the Roman Empire from the silver mines of Spain.
Known as the Hannibal Directive -- allegedly after the Carthaginian Emperor Hannibal, who poisoned himself rather than let Roman troops kidnap him -- it's one of the IDF's most controversial protocols.
Yet no Carthaginian peace was imposed on the loser, not even the peaceful occupation that the victorious Allies maintained for so many years after Nazi Germany's defeat in World War II.
In the letters of Cyprian (CCL 52), a Carthaginian bishop accuses one of his rebellious deacons, Felicissimus, not only of being schismatic but also of murdering his wife's unborn child.
Kimball recommends that Etienne Mantoux's The Carthaginian Peace (1941) provides a more accurate description of the shortcomings of the Treaty of Versailles' than Keynes' much acclaimed book.
Tunisia is visited by about 6 to 8 million, mostly northern European, tourists every year; attracted by its beaches, weather, and antique Roman and Carthaginian ruins.
Hasdrubal was Hannibal's brother, a Carthaginian general.
Silius wrote a Latin epic poem titled Punica that included detailed descriptions of Carthaginian warriors' appearance, something which the ancient historians did not do.
PONTEFRACT: 2.20 Back Lane, 2.55 Fleeting Fashion, 3.30 Carthaginian, 4.05 Gabrial, 4.40 Capo Rosso, 5.10 Bordah, 5.40 Baron Run.