The 1st Punic War 264 - 241 BC
First Punic War 264 - 241 BC:
Carthage was a city in North Africa. It was very similar to a Greek city-state by 300BC. It was a wealthy city-state that made most of its money from trade. Carthaginian merchants went from one end of the Mediterranean to the other. The city's fleet was huge, and its army was one of the best in the ancient world. These merchants traded in the western Mediterranean where only Greeks traded before. They also traded a far north as England to get Cornish tin, and down the coast of western Africa to get gold and ivory.
Like Rome, Carthage used the people they co…
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