Tuesday, October 4, 2016

New Article: Ancient War, Modern Consequences

The Punic Wars between Rome and Carthage left Rome as the supreme Mediterranean power and decided the foundation of western civilization. These wars  pitted Carthage’s Phoenician economic-based ideology against Rome’s expansionary ideology. At the start of the Punic Wars, both Rome and Carthage were balanced in military might, but by the end of the wars, one nation rose to greatness, leaving the other as a footnote in history.

Read our article on the Punic Wars on our official website, here (or click the above picture). 

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