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overseas expansion -Ancient Rome-

Carthage Phoenician City
Punic Wars Carthage against Rome for the island of Sicily
Dates 200s: Carthage had settlements on Sicily. 264: the two powers went to war over at Sicily.
Sicily a large island, the first territory outside of the Italian peninsula
Hamilcar Carthaginian general, father of Hannibal
Hannibal General of the cartage that succeeded in in expanding its holdings in Spain, when kid swore to his father that he would be Rome’s enemy when he grew up and he became a brilliant general, one of Rome’s greatest foes
Alps mountain range
Scipio Africanus a general of Rome who was also an amazing general like Hannibal
Zama a town near Carthage where the Carthaginians fought the Romans
Macedonia the country north of Greece
Reasons for Roman success 1)The Romans took great pride in their Republic and fiercely defended it 2)by treating conquered peoples as allies and, in several cases, making them citizens, Rome was able to raise a large army
reasons 3,4,and 5 for Roman success 3) Rome’s army was highly disciplined and seasoned by years of war 4)Romans greatly valued military success 5)Wars were a great source of wealth
Created by: dcurran