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This book first examines the origins, society, and army organization of Carthage, and then goes on to profile her armies and those of her allies, Spaniards, Gauls, Italians, Africans, and Greco-Macedonians. The second half of the book tells of the contemporary Roman armies, which finally succeeded in destroying Carthage in 146 BC. Fine artwork portraying a Roman horseman fighting a Numidian, a number of Celtic warriors, Spaniards, non-Roman Italians, Roman infantry, and Roman commanders.
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