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"The yashiki (mansion) and castle town of the Asakura at Ichijōdani, 1520", Peter Dennis

"The yashiki (mansion) and castle town of the Asakura at Ichijōdani, Peter Dennis

The twin harbors of Carthage. To accommodate the merchant fleet and military Carthage builds a dual port artificial cut in the rock within the earth, protected from winds and possible surprise attacks. The outer harbor, the rectangular pool, is for merchant ships, and the inner harbor, circular, may receive, with its administrative buildings, coves, shops, nearly 220 warships

Ancient coin of carthage head of tunit on obverse and horse on reverse

The harbour of Carthage was immense, with 220 docks, it was divided into two sections the outer commercial harbour and the inner military harbour with its circular dry-dock.

The port of ancient Carthage.   The Roman control began with the victory in the 3rd Punic War in 146 BCE.  This truly would have been worth living to see....One of the strongest city-states in the world at that time.

The PORT OF ANCIENT CARTHAGE, on the northern coast of AFRICA. The Roman control began with the victory in the Punic War in 146 BCE. This truly would have been worth living to see.One of the strongest city-states in the world at that time.

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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.

Researchers used this model of ancient Rome as a basis for their digital project.

Researchers used this model of ancient Rome as a basis for their digital project.

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