Roman Naval Attack on Carthage
An artist's impression of what the Roman naval attack on Carthage may have looked like during the Third Punic War, 149-146 BCE.
Carthage and its Harbour
This is a 3D rendition of what Carthage might have looked like at the height of its power. In the foreground you can see the Cothon, the city's famous military harbour.
Ancient Naval Battle
This is a 3D rendition of how an ancient ship ramming an enemy vessel may have looked.
Map of Hannibals Route into Italy
Hannibal's route into Italy in the Second Punic war.
Campaigns of the Second Punic War
A map illustrating the campaigns of the Second Punic War (218-201 BCE).
Hannibal Barca Statue
Hannibal Barca, by Sébastien Slodtz (1704 CE), counting the rings of the Roman knights who were killed at the Battle of Cannae (216 BCE), from the Gardens of the Tuileries in Paris. Now in Louvre Museum.
Battle of Cannae - Initial Deployment
Map of the Battle of Cannae showing the initial deployment and the Roman attack.
Battle of Cannae - Destruction of the Roman Army
Map of the Battle of Cannae showing how Hannibal encircles and defeats the Roman army.
A Punic gilded bronze cuirass from Ksour Essaf, 3rd-2nd century BCE. (Bardo National Museum, Tunisia)
This is an artistic 3D impression of how a Roman naval landing may have looked in ancient times.