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Polybius
Polybius
The approximate extent of territory controlled by Rome and Carthage immediately before the start of the First Punic War
The approximate extent of territory controlled by Rome and Carthage immediately before the start of the First Punic War
A Carthaginian quarter-shekel, dated 237–209 BC, depicting the Punic god Melqart, who was associated with Hercules/Heracles. On the reverse is an elep
A Carthaginian quarter-shekel, dated 237–209 BC, depicting the Punic god Melqart, who was associated with Hercules/Heracles. On the reverse is an elephant, possibly a war elephant; these were linked with the Barcids.
A 1777 statue of Fabius
A 1777 statue of Fabius
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Polybius, the historian whose work "The Histories" provides critical insight on the Punic Wars
Polybius, the historian whose work "The Histories" provides critical insight on the Punic Wars
Detail from the Ahenobarbus relief showing two Roman foot-soldiers from the second century BC
Detail from the Ahenobarbus relief showing two Roman foot-soldiers from the second century BC
Roman statuette of a war elephant recovered from Herculaneum
Roman statuette of a war elephant recovered from Herculaneum
Territory ceded to Rome by Carthage under the treaty is shown in pink
Territory ceded to Rome by Carthage under the treaty is shown in pink