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Carthage War- Punic Wars How Rome destroyed the City and Carthage did not have a clue of what would happen until it was to late
Carthage was a city, which controlled all the Mediterranean trade and owned North Africa. Rome controlled the entire Italian peninsula. While expanding they met in the middle. The middle was Sicily. They began to fight over who got the island Sicily in 264 BC. No one really won. Carthage and Rome signed a treaty that let Rome have Sicily and that Carthage was to pay Rome for how much Rome wasted on the war, which was a lot. That happened in 241 BC Around this point all the people in Carthage were rebelling against the government. During this rebellion part, Rome took over Corsica. Carthage…
- Carthage War- Punic Wars How Rome destroyed the City and Carthage did not have a clue of what would happen until it was to late
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