Punic - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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the Carthaginians and Syracusans: the start of the First Punic War.
Undated events from the First Punic War.
eral remarks about the First Punic War, which lasted 23 years with
are agreed between Rome and Carthage: end of the First Punic War.
Omens presaging the start of the Punic War, including a talking ox.
the ultimatum of a Roman embassy: the start of the Second Punic War.
Stratagems employed by Hannibal during the Second Punic War.
General comments on the Second Punic War.
the Romans and the Carthaginians; the end of the Second Punic War.
Naev:Pun, Naevius' epic poem on the Punic War.
The Romans declare war on Carthage: start of the Third Punic War.
Greek reactions to Andriscus' revolt and the Punic War.
eneral comments on the Third Punic War, in which Scipio quickly and
by fire, and razed to the ground: the end of the Third Punic War.
Metellus, who, in the second Punic war, was joint consul
anus in the second Punic war [204 B.C.]; at which time als
heroes. But the Punic war of that antiquated poet [Naev
bloody war as the first Punic war, when he attempted prof
for temples. Before the second Punic War (cf. CIL, I,
(early 1st cent.) diers of the First Punic War (264-241 B.C.) and
231-2] & The first Punic War ; Naevius and others have alr
between the First and Second Punic Wars. Rome obtains
& - & The Second Punic War up to the departure of Scipio
because in the Second Punic War, according to Ennius
Tuditanus in the Second Punic War, and Marcus Cato was
the 35th lustrum. The First Punic War  & Ap. Claud
missing] & [p60] The Second Punic War  & P. Cornel
ius L.f. K.n. Balbus The Third Punic War  & L. Marciu
which the terror of the Punic war had closed, should be
gainst them in the time of the Punic war. To this feeling
their country than the Punic war, but with more renown,
revolted, in the first Punic war, when Lucius Manlius
till after the second Punic war that they learned from
took part in the first Punic War : GELLIUS : Naevius,
the first book of The Punic War - After Anchises had
of the Roman people. The Punic followed close upon the war
at this point and the Punic follow directly.
 Since the Punic follow at this point, it
after the opening of the Punic
no other battle of the Punic were the Romans so close
conflict equally great since the Punic
and states that in the Punic he was in the habit
ts. But the second Punic War put an end to the discord and
having been captured in the Punic and enslaved in Greece, were
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