Carthaginians

ISBN-10: 0415436451
ISBN-13: 9780415436458
Edition: 2010
Authors: Dexter Hoyos
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Book details

List price: $41.95
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 7/9/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 288
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.25" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Acknowledgements
Keys to the Maps
Illustrations
Sources of Images
Chronological Table
Sources of knowledge
The Phoenicians in the West
The Phoenicians
Sidon and Tyre
Settlements in the West
Carthage: Foundation and Growth
Tales of the foundation
Legends and truths
Carthage: site and potential
State and Government
Citizens and aristocrats
Carthaginian names
Praise from Greeks
Chief magistrates: the sufetes
Adirim: the senate of Carthage
The mysterious 'pentarchies'
The generals
Nemesis of generals: the court of One Hundred and Four
The assembly of citizens
The Carthaginian 'sea empire'
Carthage and North Africa
Carthage and the Etruscans
First treaty with Rome
Projection of power: Sardinia
Projection of power: Sicily
Carthage, Spain and the Atlantic
Hanno's Periplus
Himilco's voyage
An expansionist policy?
Traders and landowners: Carthaginian society
Trade and traders
Land and landowning
Workers and labourers
Slaves
The Cityscape of Carthage
The growth of the city
Temples and other sacred buildings
Houses and shops
Public buildings
The land fortifications and the ports
Religion and cultural life
The gods and goddesses
The 'tophet' and child sacrifice
Literature at Carthage: did it exist?
Visual art, including coinage
Carthage in Africa
Politics and rivalries: Mazeus-'Malchus'
The Magonid ascendancy
The end of the Magonids
The ascendancy of Hanno 'the Great'
Politics and war in the late 4th Century: Bomilcar's putsch
The Libyans and Numidians
Carthage at War: Sicily
The Carthaginian war machine: the navy
Carthage's armies
Carthaginians and Greeks in the 5th Century
Carthage vs Dionysius I
Carthage and Timoleon
The age of Agathocles: Carthage at bay
Carthage and Pyrrhus
The First War with Rome, and After
The second and third treaties with Rome
The outbreak of the war
Phases of war: 264 to 257
Africa invaded and saved: 256 to 255
Victories, defeats, stalemate: 254 to 242
Peace and revolt
The New Empire and Hannibal
The Sardinia crisis
The new empire in Spain
The coming of the Second Punic War
Hannibal invades Italy
Hannibal, master of southern Italy
Limitations and setbacks
Metaurus, Zama and peace
Hannibal's war: an assessment
Revival and Destruction
Politics and reforms
Peace and plenty
Carthage and Numidia
Politics at home and war with Masinissa
The outbreak of the Third Punic War
The Third Punic War
Carthage in History
Notes
Select Bibliography
Index

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