The Third Punic War – History of the Roman Empire – Part 6

The Third Punic War – History of the Roman Empire – Part 6

While the first Punic War lit the fire of aggression between the dueling powers, it was the second Punic War that would secure the hatred both sides had for each, and ensure that Rome, after back-to-back victories, would remain the superior entity. But more was to come. Carthage had been drastically weakened and crippled by the most recent war and a peace treaty, but it nevertheless still existed. And this bothered one too many Romans…

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  1. Carthage was WEAK Militarily but growing economically, that's why the Romans declared War to destroy them.. Kick your enemy while they are down and obliterate them.
    It's best to attack when you are stronger, Militarily, than your enemy.. Why would you let an enemy build it's power and actually threaten you.??
    You wouldn't, if you were smart.

  2. Maybe its for the best this happened. Who knows what history isn't telling us and the real reason why the Romans decided they had to be destroyed. I mean Carthage was a money making jewish state.

  3. As the saying goes, if you wont feed army youll feed someone elses. Cartgage didnt pay its soldiers after I dont remember which punic war and they revolted undermining the whole country. And in the end it was Cartage that sent grain to freed roman armies while they where conquering Greece.

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