The Battle of Ilipa 206 B.C.E. - History of Scipio Africanus and The Punic Wars
DOWNLOAD THE FREE PODCAST EPISODES https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/f... or for Android users: http://fphistory.libsyn.com Scipio - known to history as Scipio Africanus was one of the greatest generals in all time. He was Rome's...
Hanno African Voyage
A documentary based on the journal of the 5th century BCE Carthaginian explorer Hanno.
Carthaginian Tombstone for Gemellus
This limestone monument was set up in a cemetery in Carthage, in memory of a man called Gemellus. The inscription towards the base is written in Phoenician, the native language of ancient Carthage, often known as Punic, and states "This tombstone...
Priestess of Isis on a Carthaginian Sarcophagus Lid
An illustration of a sarcophagus lid from Carthage depicting a priestess of Isis. (Carthage National Museum, Byrsa, Tunisia)
Carthaginian Tombstone for Maximilla Bassi
This finely carved limestone monument was set up in a memory for a woman called Maximilla Bassi. The Latin inscription says "Maximilla Bassi, Pious daughter, lived nineteen years. Here she is placed". After the Roman annexation of Carthage...
Map of the Mediterranean 218 BCE
A map of the Mediterranean in 218 BC, showing the territorial extents of the following states: - Antigonids - Attalids - Carthage - Ptolemies - Roman Empire - Seleucids Major battle locations are also shown.
Egyptian Funerary Mask
Egyptian funerary mask, new empire, end of the 18th dynasty (circa 1330-1300 BCE), provenance unknown, stuccoed and painted wood, textiles, coloured glass paste. (Musée du Cinquantenaire, Brussels) Made with Capturing Reality. For more...
The Dying Gaul
Marble copy of a lost ancient Greek statue known as The Dying Gaul, from ancient Rome (c. 230-220 BCE) commissioned by Attalos of Pergamon in honor of his victory over the Galatians.
Tophet's steles from Carthage. Most of them aren't inscriptions.
Deer and Fountain Mosaic
This mosaic scene of tame deer drinking from an ornate fountain was a popular scene in Early Christian art, as it symbolized the fountain of life. 4th or 5th century CE, from Carthage. On display at the British Museum, London (MLA 1859.4-2.90...