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Definition of Carthaginian

Carthaginian
Carthaginian Car`tha*gin"i*an, a. Of a pertaining to ancient Carthage, a city of northern Africa. -- n. A native or inhabitant of Carthage.

Meaning of Carthaginian from wikipedia

- colony of Tyre, within centuries it grew to become the center of the Carthaginian Empire, a major commercial and maritime power that dominated the western...
- Carthage was the center or capital city of the ancient Carthaginian civilization, on the eastern side of the Lake of Tunis in what is now the Tunis Governorate...
- BC, when after immense material and human losses on both sides the Carthaginians were defeated. By the terms of the peace treaty agreed Carthage paid...
- Punic: 𐤇𐤍𐤁𐤏𐤋𐤟𐤁𐤓𐤒, BRQ ḤNBʿL; 247 – between 183 and 181 BC) was a Carthaginian general and statesman who commanded Carthage's main forces against the...
- po****tions and prisoners of war by both sides. The war began with the Carthaginian general Hannibal's conquest of the pro-Roman Iberian city of Saguntum...
- term Carthaginian (Latin: Carthaginiensis [karˌtʰaːgɪniˈẽːsɪs]) usually refers to a citizen of Ancient Carthage. It can also refer to: Carthaginian (ship)...
- A Carthaginian peace is the imposition of a very brutal "peace" achieved by completely crushing the enemy. The term derives from the peace imposed on Carthage...
- The Carthaginian presence in Iberia lasted from 575 BC to 206 BC when the Carthaginians were defeated by the Roman Republic at the Battle of Ilipa in...
- from Numidian leader Masinissa, defeated the Carthaginian army led by Hannibal. After defeating Carthaginian and Numidian armies at the battles of Utica...
- North Africa. After immense material and human losses on both sides the Carthaginians were defeated. The war began in 264 BC with the Romans gaining a foothold...
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