c. 814 BCE
539 BCEEtruscan & Carthaginian alliance expels the Greeks from Corsica.
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814 BCE: Traditional founding date for the Phoenician colony of Carthage by Tyre.
539 BCE: Etruscan & Carthaginian alliance expels the Greeks from Corsica.
510 BCE - 509 BCE: First treaty between Rome and Carthage.
306 BCE: Carthage and Agathocles of Syracuse sign a peace treaty and divide Sicily between them.
255 BCE: Carthage sues for peace during the First Punic War but the Roman consul Regulus' excessive demands are rejected.
241 BCE - 238 BCE: The rebellion of the mercenaries: Unpaid mercenaries under the leadership of Mathos and Spendios rebel against Carthage. Despite a peace treaty, Rome seizes the opportunity to strip Carthage of Sardinia and Corsica.
146 BCE: End of the Third Punic War. Carthage is destroyed and its lands become the Roman province Africa.