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10 Fascinating Things You Should Know About Hannibal Barca.

The Punic Wars were a series of three wars fought between Rome and Carthage from 264 BC to 146 BC. The main cause of the Punic Wars was the conflicts of interest between the existing Carthaginian Empire and the expanding Roman Republic.

Young Folks' History of Rome illus106 - Roman siege engines - Wikipedia

Young Folks' History of Rome - Roman siege engines - Wikipedia

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Chamber Music Being Played in Dutch Castle

Council of Pleb: the principal popular assembly of the ancient Roman Republic. It functioned as a legislative assembly, through which the plebeians (commoners) could pass laws, elect magistrates, and try judicial cases.

Tesla and the body

You are a spiritually embodied mind, a mindfully embodied spirit, .a oneness, .playing on planet earth for the unique perception and expression of your particular joy.

Procurator: An agent representing others in a court of law in countries retaining Roman civil law.

Procurator: An agent representing others in a court of law in countries retaining Roman civil law.

reconstruction of city of Carthage

Harbors of Carthage, with the round, military harbor closest, the merchant harbor in the distance.

Valuable archaeological site in Iraq left unguarded since 2003 - See more at: http://www.ablogabouthistory.com/2009/12/15/valuable-archaeological-site-in-iraq-left-unguarded-since-2003/#sthash.Y5yMFnz5.dpuf

Valuable archaeological site in Iraq left unguarded since 2003 - Revealing Our History

Rome, Italy - The Forum - The first theatre was built at the end of the first century B.C. by Agrippa, the right-hand man of Augustus. It could hold 3000 spectators. It was built together with a large square to the north, the Piazzale delle Corporazioni

Rome, Italy - The Forum - The first theatre was built at the end of the first century B. by Agrippa, the right-hand man of Augustus. It could hold 3000 spectators. It was built together with a large square to the north, the Piazzale delle Corporazioni

Capetian kings of France from the tenth century, used feudalism to evolve from regional lords to rulers controlling a larger territory

Capetian kings of France from the tenth century, used feudalism to evolve from regional lords to rulers controlling a larger territory

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