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Regulus Returning to Carthage, 1700. Creator: Francisque Millet
Regulus Returning to Carthage, 1700. Creator: Francisque Millet
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Amilgar, (c275-228 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Amilgar, (c275-228 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown
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Caius Marius on the Ruins of Carthage, January 20, 1782. Creator: Robert Blyth
Caius Marius on the Ruins of Carthage, January 20, 1782. Creator: Robert Blyth
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The Attack on the Citadel of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Attack on the Citadel of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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The Plough Driven Over the Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Plough Driven Over the Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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The Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Marius Among the Ruins of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Marius Among the Ruins of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
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Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown
Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown
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Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florente Tertullian (155-222), Carthaginian apologist
Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florente Tertullian (155-222), Carthaginian apologist
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King Louis IX in the Crusades attacking the Moors in Carthage (1270), drawing
King Louis IX in the Crusades attacking the Moors in Carthage (1270), drawing
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Detail from a poster promoting Cabiria, published 1914 (colour lithograph)
Detail from a poster promoting Cabiria, published 1914 (colour lithograph)
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Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage
Ruins of the Roman baths at Carthage
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Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). Creator: Unknown

Churchill With British Troops in North Africa, June 1943, (1945). British Prime Minister Winston Churchill congratulates troops on their victories against the Germans during World War Two. They are gathered in the Roman amphitheatre at Carthage in Tunisia. Churchill (1874-1965) was Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1940 to 1945, and again from 1951 to 1955. From "The Life and Times of Winston Churchill", by Malcolm Thomson. [Odhams Press Limited, London]

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Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man
Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man
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Ruins of Roman Carthage
Ruins of Roman Carthage
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A Tophet (Phoenician graveyard) at Salammbo the Phoenician port of Carthage
A Tophet (Phoenician graveyard) at Salammbo the Phoenician port of Carthage
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The Tomb of the Scipio Family (Sepolcro della famiglia de Scipioni), ca 1748
The Tomb of the Scipio Family (Sepolcro della famiglia de Scipioni), ca 1748
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Port of Taranto (Tarentum), 1764
Port of Taranto (Tarentum), 1764
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Coin of Hiero II of Syracuse, 238-215 B.C
Coin of Hiero II of Syracuse, 238-215 B.C
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Hannibals army at the city of Naples. Miniature from: Vie d'Hannibal by Plutarch
Hannibals army at the city of Naples. Miniature from: Vie d'Hannibal by Plutarch
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Hannibal crossing the Rhone, 1878
Hannibal crossing the Rhone, 1878
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Hannibal defeated the Romans. From the Romuleon, c. 1480
Hannibal defeated the Romans. From the Romuleon, c. 1480
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Bust of Hannibal Barca
Bust of Hannibal Barca
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Coin of Hannibal Barca. Carthage. (Obverse: Hannibal, Reverse: Elephant), ca. 213-210 BC
Coin of Hannibal Barca. Carthage. (Obverse: Hannibal, Reverse: Elephant), ca. 213-210 BC
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Didos sacrifice to Juno, 1630
Didos sacrifice to Juno, 1630
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Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man Featured Print

Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man

Rod-formed glass pendant in the form of a bearded man. Country of Origin: Tunisia. Culture: Phoenician. Date/Period: 5th - 3rd C BC. Place of Origin: Carthage. Material Size: glass. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/Sold at Christie's, 1998 . Location: 15

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The Death of Dido, ca 1510-1511
The Death of Dido, ca 1510-1511
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Hannibal Crosses the Alps (from Munchener Bilderbogen). Artist: Leutemann
Hannibal Crosses the Alps (from Munchener Bilderbogen). Artist: Leutemann
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Hannibal Crosses the Alps. Artist: Masson, Benedict (1819-1893)
Hannibal Crosses the Alps. Artist: Masson, Benedict (1819-1893)
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The Battle of Zama. Artist: Romano, Giulio, (after)
The Battle of Zama. Artist: Romano, Giulio, (after)
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The abandoned Dido. Artist: Battaglioli, Francesco (1722-1790)
The abandoned Dido. Artist: Battaglioli, Francesco (1722-1790)
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Gaius Marius Amid the Ruins of Carthage, 1807. Artist: Vanderlyn, John (1775-1852)
Gaius Marius Amid the Ruins of Carthage, 1807. Artist: Vanderlyn, John (1775-1852)
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The Death of Dido, ca 400. Artist: Master of the Vatican Vergil (active ca 400)
The Death of Dido, ca 400. Artist: Master of the Vatican Vergil (active ca 400)
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Hannibal makes the usual Speech previous to killing himself, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Hannibal makes the usual Speech previous to killing himself, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal requesting the Cretan Priests to become his Bankers, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Hannibal requesting the Cretan Priests to become his Bankers, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal leads the Ambassadors a fatiguing Walk round Carthage, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Hannibal leads the Ambassadors a fatiguing Walk round Carthage, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Marius in the Ruins of Carthage, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Marius in the Ruins of Carthage, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Scipio and Hannibal, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Scipio and Hannibal, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal leads the Ambassadors a fatiguing Walk round Carthage, 1852. Artist: John Leech Featured Print

Hannibal leads the Ambassadors a fatiguing Walk round Carthage, 1852. Artist: John Leech

Hannibal leads the Ambassadors a fatiguing Walk round Carthage, 1852. From The Comic History of Rome, by Gilbert A A'Beckett, illustrated by John Leech. [Bradbury, Agnew & Co, London, 1852]

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Fabius, the slow coach, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Fabius, the slow coach, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal disguising himself, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Hannibal disguising himself, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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Hannibal crossing the Alps, 1852. Artist: John Leech
Hannibal crossing the Alps, 1852. Artist: John Leech
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His Excellency Q Fabius offering Peace or War to the Carthaginian Senate, 1852
His Excellency Q Fabius offering Peace or War to the Carthaginian Senate, 1852
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Didon - Reine De Carthage, 1403, (1939). Artist: Master of Berrys Cleres Femmes
Didon - Reine De Carthage, 1403, (1939). Artist: Master of Berrys Cleres Femmes
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Carthage. The Amphitheatre, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
Carthage. The Amphitheatre, c1913. Artist: Charles JS Makin
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The Ruins of Carthage, c1850. Artist: Henry Adlard
The Ruins of Carthage, c1850. Artist: Henry Adlard
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The city was given to the flames, 1912 (1912)
The city was given to the flames, 1912 (1912)
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His progress was as that of a king, c1912 (1912). Artist: Ernest Dudley Heath
His progress was as that of a king, c1912 (1912). Artist: Ernest Dudley Heath
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I carry here peace and war: choose, men of Carthage, which ye will, c1912 (1912)
I carry here peace and war: choose, men of Carthage, which ye will, c1912 (1912)
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Hannibal (247-183/182/181 BC), Punic Carthaginian, military commander, 1924
Hannibal (247-183/182/181 BC), Punic Carthaginian, military commander, 1924
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Home via the Battlefields - Mr Churchill in the ancient Roman amphitheatre at Carthage
Home via the Battlefields - Mr Churchill in the ancient Roman amphitheatre at Carthage
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