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Carthaginian People

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The Carthaginian people were the inhabitants of the ancient city-state of Carthage, located in present-day Tunisia. Carthage was a major power in the Mediterranean from its founding in the 9th century BCE until its destruction by Rome in 146 BCE. The Carthaginian society was complex, diverse, and influential, known for its maritime prowess, economic wealth, and cultural achievements.

Origins and Ethnic Composition

Society and Class Structure

Economy and Trade

Religion and Culture


Conflicts with Rome


The Carthaginian people were a dynamic and influential force in the ancient Mediterranean. Their society, marked by diversity, economic prowess, and military strength, played a crucial role in shaping the history of the region. Despite their eventual defeat by Rome, their legacy endures in the annals of history.


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