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Phoenician/Punic Necklace with Amulets
Image by Carole Raddato

Phoenician/Punic Necklace with Amulets

Phoenician or Carthaginian amulets in the form of bearded heads made of sand-core glass, 4th-3rd century BCE (Cagliari, Museo Archeologico Nazionale).
Hamilcar Barca
Image by Kordas

Hamilcar Barca

Carthaginian silver dishekel. The head has been identified as Hamilcar Barca (c. 285 – c. 228 BCE). Minted in Carthago Nova, Spain, 237-227 BCE.
Carthaginian Mercenaries
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Carthaginian Mercenaries

An artist's impression of how a troop of Carthaginian mercenaries may have appeared in battle formation.
Carthaginian Sacred Band Hoplite
Image by Aldo Ferruggia

Carthaginian Sacred Band Hoplite

A Carthaginian hoplite from the Sacred Band, the army corps composed of Carthaginian citizens. Taken from a coin of Syracuse, 4th century BCE.
Map of the Battle of Trebia
Image by The Department of History, United States Military Academy

Map of the Battle of Trebia

Map of the Battle of Trebia (218 BC), illustrating Hannibal's strategy.
Carthage: Fact and Myth
Book Review by Jessica Settergren

Carthage: Fact and Myth

Every empire has a cultural rival that both terrifies and fascinates the populace. During Rome's tenure as a Mediterranean superpower, the city had more than a few epic rivalries with its neighbors. Only one was so terrible, so frightening...
The Jericho River
Book Review by David W. Tollen

The Jericho River

As Jason Gallo travels in the Fore down the Jericho River, he looks for his missing father in places like Sumer, Egypt, Greece, Rome, and France. Through the descriptions of the various places and times in history, along with dialogue throughout...
The Carthaginians (Peoples of the Ancient World)
Book Review by Dexter Hoyos

The Carthaginians (Peoples of the Ancient World)

The Carthaginians were obliterated by the Romans in the Third Punic War, and their history has, ever since, suffered for it. Even their name has largely been replaced by the brutal sounding ‘Punic’, from the Latin punicus. In...
Hannibal
Book Review by Patrick N Hunt

Hannibal

Hannibal by Patrick N. Hunt is the story of a Carthaginian military genius who was one of the most influential players in Roman history, though he is only popularly remembered as the man with the elephants that crossed the Alps. Because of...
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Article by Messer, Rick Jay

The Influence of Hannibal of Carthage on The Art of War

This paper examines the influence of Hannibal of Carthage on the art of war over time. Hannibal’s war with Rome provides a complex example of strategic and tactical successes and failures that have been modeled and studied throughout...