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Carthage Collection

Background imageCarthage Collection: Bust of Hannibal Barca

Bust of Hannibal Barca. Found in the collection of State A. Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow

Background imageCarthage Collection: Juno and Carthage, c1636-1655. Artist: Eustache Le Sueur

Juno and Carthage, c1636-1655. Artist: Eustache Le Sueur
Juno and Carthage, c1636-1655

Background imageCarthage Collection: An Excursion from Tunis to Zowan - Ruins of Oudinah, fifteeen miles south of Tunis, 1858

An Excursion from Tunis to Zowan - Ruins of Oudinah, fifteeen miles south of Tunis, 1858. Creator: Unknown
An Excursion from Tunis to Zowan - Ruins of Oudinah, fifteeen miles south of Tunis, 1858. Engraving from a sketch by Mr. Arthur Hall

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Arrival of Aeneas in Carthage, between 1772 and 1774. Creator: Jean Bernard Restout

The Arrival of Aeneas in Carthage, between 1772 and 1774. Creator: Jean Bernard Restout
The Arrival of Aeneas in Carthage, between 1772 and 1774

Background imageCarthage Collection: Dido at the stake summoning the gods. Creator: Kauffmann, Angelika (1741-1807)

Dido at the stake summoning the gods. Creator: Kauffmann, Angelika (1741-1807)
Dido at the stake summoning the gods. Private Collection

Background imageCarthage Collection: Le Passage d'Annibal, 1842. Creator: Honore Daumier

Le Passage d'Annibal, 1842. Creator: Honore Daumier
Le Passage d'Annibal, 1842. Hannibal's Crossing. Dans ces monts sourcilleux dont la neigeuse aigrette [?] Semble un front chenu de geant

Background imageCarthage Collection: War elephant. From 'De re militari' by Vegetius, 1592. Creator: Anonymous. War elephant

War elephant. From "De re militari" by Vegetius, 1592. Creator: Anonymous. War elephant
War elephant. From "De re militari" by Vegetius, 1592. Private Collection

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Beaucousin Collection at the National Gallery - 'The Capture of Carthagena'... 1860

The Beaucousin Collection at the National Gallery - "The Capture of Carthagena"... 1860. Creator: Unknown
The Beaucousin Collection at the National Gallery - "The Capture of Carthagena", by Giulio Romano, 1860. Engraving of a painting

Background imageCarthage Collection: Monument of Phoenicians or Carthagenians on the island of Gozo, 1778. Creator: Louis Ducros

Monument of Phoenicians or Carthagenians on the island of Gozo, 1778. Creator: Louis Ducros
Monument of Phoenicians or Carthagenians on the island of Gozo, 1778. Drawing from the album Voyage to Italy, Sicily and Malta

Background imageCarthage Collection: Dido's Sacrifice to Juno, 1630. Creator: Pieter Lastman

Dido's Sacrifice to Juno, 1630. Creator: Pieter Lastman
Dido's Sacrifice to Juno, 1630

Background imageCarthage Collection: Death of Dido, 1663-1733. Creator: Gerard Hoet

Death of Dido, 1663-1733. Creator: Gerard Hoet
Death of Dido, 1663-1733

Background imageCarthage Collection: Dido receiving Aeneas and Cupid disguised as Ascanius, 1710. Creator: Solimena

Dido receiving Aeneas and Cupid disguised as Ascanius, 1710. Creator: Solimena, Francesco (1657-1747)
Dido receiving Aeneas and Cupid disguised as Ascanius, 1710. Found in the collection of the National Gallery, London

Background imageCarthage Collection: Aeneas and Dido, 1739-1740. Creator: Solimena, Francesco (1657-1747)

Aeneas and Dido, 1739-1740. Creator: Solimena, Francesco (1657-1747)
Aeneas and Dido, 1739-1740. Found in the collection of the Museo di Capodimonte, Naples

Background imageCarthage Collection: 'Carthage; Afrique du nord, 1914. Creator: Unknown

'Carthage; Afrique du nord, 1914. Creator: Unknown
'Carthage; Afrique du nord, 1914. From "Grande Geographie Bong Illustree", 1914

Background imageCarthage Collection: La bataille de Cannes, 1863. Creator: Francois-Nicolas Chifflart

La bataille de Cannes, 1863. Creator: Francois-Nicolas Chifflart
La bataille de Cannes, 1863. Battle of Cannae. Episode of the 2nd Punic War which took place on 2 August 216 BC in the Puglia region (Italy)

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Wife of Hasdrubal Throws Herself on the Fire. Creator: Pierre Woeiriot

The Wife of Hasdrubal Throws Herself on the Fire. Creator: Pierre Woeiriot
The Wife of Hasdrubal Throws Herself on the Fire

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Death of Dido, First third of 17th cen.. Creator: De Rosa (Annella di Massimo)

The Death of Dido, First third of 17th cen.. Creator: De Rosa (Annella di Massimo), Diana (1602-1643)
The Death of Dido, First third of 17th. Private Collection

Background imageCarthage Collection: Aeneas and Dido, 17th century. Creator: Pasinelli, Lorenzo (1629-1700)

Aeneas and Dido, 17th century. Creator: Pasinelli, Lorenzo (1629-1700)
Aeneas and Dido, 17th century. Found in the collection of the Muzeum Narodowe, Warsaw

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Suicide of Dido, c. 1520/1530. Creator: Albrecht Altdorfer

The Suicide of Dido, c. 1520/1530. Creator: Albrecht Altdorfer
The Suicide of Dido, c. 1520/1530

Background imageCarthage Collection: Sophonisba Receiving the Poisoned Cup, n.d. Creator: Pieter Lastman

Sophonisba Receiving the Poisoned Cup, n.d. Creator: Pieter Lastman
Sophonisba Receiving the Poisoned Cup, n.d

Background imageCarthage Collection: 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. Private Collection

Background imageCarthage Collection: Coin of Hiero II of Syracuse, 238-215 B. C

Coin of Hiero II of Syracuse, 238-215 B. C
Coin of Hiero II of Syracuse, 238-215 B.C.. Private Collection

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Fight between Scipio Africanus and Hannibal, c. 1616-1618

The Fight between Scipio Africanus and Hannibal, c. 1616-1618. Artist: Cesari, Bernardino (1565-1621)
The Fight between Scipio Africanus and Hannibal, c. 1616-1618. Found in the collection of the Villa Margherita, Bordighera

Background imageCarthage Collection: Floor Mosaic of Romulus, Remus and Wolf, Roman Villa, Carthage, Tunisia, 2nd-3rd century

Floor Mosaic of Romulus, Remus and Wolf, Roman Villa, Carthage, Tunisia, 2nd-3rd century. Rome took control of Carthage after the Third Punic War (149-146), annexed the city and its vicinity

Background imageCarthage Collection: Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal, from Carthage, north Africa, 2nd-1st century BC

Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal, from Carthage, north Africa, 2nd-1st century BC
Limestone stela with a dedication to Baal, from Carthage, north Africa (modern Tunisia), 2nd-1st century BC. This stela comes from a religious precinct known as the tophet at Carthage

Background imageCarthage Collection: Sanctuary of the gods Tanit and Baal Hammon in Carthage

Sanctuary of the gods Tanit and Baal Hammon in Carthage
Sanctuary of Tanit and Baal Hammon in Carthage

Background imageCarthage Collection: Dido holding a dagger in her right hand, left arm outstreched, ca. 1510

Dido holding a dagger in her right hand, left arm outstreched, ca. 1510. Creator: Marcantonio Raimondi
Dido holding a dagger in her right hand, left arm outstreched, ca. 1510

Background imageCarthage Collection: Coin Depicting a Horse and Palm Tree, 3rd century BCE. Creator: Unknown

Coin Depicting a Horse and Palm Tree, 3rd century BCE. Creator: Unknown
Coin Depicting a Horse and Palm Tree, 3rd century BCE

Background imageCarthage Collection: Coin Depicting a Date Palm Tree, 410-146 BCE. Creator: Unknown

Coin Depicting a Date Palm Tree, 410-146 BCE. Creator: Unknown
Coin Depicting a Date Palm Tree, 410-146 BCE

Background imageCarthage Collection: Pendant in the Shape of a Head, Carthage, 5th century-3rd century BCE. Creator: Unknown

Pendant in the Shape of a Head, Carthage, 5th century-3rd century BCE. Creator: Unknown
Pendant in the Shape of a Head, Carthage, 5th century-3rd century BCE

Background imageCarthage Collection: Head Pendants, Carthage, Roman Period (30 BC-395 AD). Creator: Unknown

Head Pendants, Carthage, Roman Period (30 BC-395 AD). Creator: Unknown
Head Pendants, Carthage, Roman Period (30 BC-395 AD)

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Capture of Carthagena by Scipio and His Troops, 1539. Creator: Georg Pencz

The Capture of Carthagena by Scipio and His Troops, 1539. Creator: Georg Pencz
The Capture of Carthagena by Scipio and His Troops, 1539

Background imageCarthage Collection: Dido burning herself at the stake. Creator: Elliger, Ottmar (Ottomar)

Dido burning herself at the stake. Creator: Elliger, Ottmar (Ottomar)
Dido burning herself at the stake. Found in the collection of State Open-air Museum Tsarskoye Selo, St. Petersburg

Background imageCarthage Collection: Regulus Returning to Carthage, 1700. Creator: Francisque Millet

Regulus Returning to Carthage, 1700. Creator: Francisque Millet
Regulus Returning to Carthage, 1700

Background imageCarthage Collection: 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
Caius Marius on the Ruins of Carthage, January 20, 1782. After John Hamilton Mortimer

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Attack on Cartagena, after 1566. Creator: Licinio, Giulio (1527-1591)

The Attack on Cartagena, after 1566. Creator: Licinio, Giulio (1527-1591)
The Attack on Cartagena, after 1566. Found in the Collection of National Gallery, London

Background imageCarthage Collection: Scipio Aemilianus before the ruins of Carthage in the company of Polybius, 1797. Creator: Buys

Scipio Aemilianus before the ruins of Carthage in the company of Polybius, 1797. Creator: Buys
Scipio Aemilianus before the ruins of Carthage in the company of Polybius, 1797. Found in the Collection of Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam

Background imageCarthage Collection: Amilgar, (c275-228 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Amilgar, (c275-228 BC), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Amilgar, (c275-228 BC), 1830. Hamilcar Barca (c275-228 BC) Carthaginian general and statesman, leader of the Barcid family, father of Hannibal, Hasdrubal and Mago

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Attack on the Citadel of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Attack on the Citadel of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Attack on the Citadel of Carthage, 1890. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History Vol. II - Rome", by Edmund Ollier

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Plough Driven Over the Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Plough Driven Over the Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Plough Driven Over the Site of Carthage, 1890. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History Vol. II - Rome", by Edmund Ollier

Background imageCarthage Collection: The Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown

The Site of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
The Site of Carthage, 1890. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History Vol. II - Rome", by Edmund Ollier. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1890]

Background imageCarthage Collection: Marius Among the Ruins of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown

Marius Among the Ruins of Carthage, 1890. Creator: Unknown
Marius Among the Ruins of Carthage, 1890. From " Cassells Illustrated Universal History Vol. II - Rome", by Edmund Ollier. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris and Melbourne, 1890]

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

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

Background imageCarthage Collection: Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florente Tertullian (155-222), Carthaginian apologist

Tertullian, Quintus Septimius Florente Tertullian (155-222), Carthaginian apologist and theologist who converted to Christianism

Background imageCarthage Collection: 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

Background imageCarthage Collection: Detail from a poster promoting Cabiria, published 1914 (colour lithograph)

Detail from a poster promoting Cabiria, published 1914 (colour lithograph)

Background imageCarthage Collection: Ruins of the Grand Aqueduct of Ancient Carthage, Tunisia, 1803. Artist: Luigi Mayer

Ruins of the Grand Aqueduct of Ancient Carthage, Tunisia, 1803. Artist: Luigi Mayer
Ruins of the Grand Aqueduct of Ancient Carthage, Tunisia, 1803. Plate 23 from Views in the Ottoman Empire, 1803

Background imageCarthage Collection: Antonine Baths, Carthage, Tunisia

Antonine Baths, Carthage, Tunisia. A perennial foe of Rome, the North African city-state of Carthage was absorbed into the Roman Empire after its defeat in the Third Punic War in 146 BC



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