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[ED: Pappeinband], [PU: Bertrams Print On Demand], - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 53. Chapters: Tertullian, Selinunte, Termini Imerese, History of Carthage, Himera, Ancient Carthage, Jean Emile Humbert, Carthage National Museum, Pantelleria, Salammbô, Motya, Utica, Tunisia, Saint Louis Cathedral, Carthage, Cabiria, Battle of Carthage, Carthaginian Iberia, Carthago delenda est, Punic language, Kerkouane, Hundred and Four, Temple of Antas, Abelox, Shophet, Shofet, Byrsa, Necropolis of Monte Luna, Carthage Paleo-Christian Museum, Naraggara. Excerpt: The study of the history of Carthage is often problematic. Due to the subjugation of the civilization by the Romans at the end of the Third Punic War, very few Carthaginian historical primary sources survive. There are a few ancient translations of Punic texts into Greek and Latin, as well as inscriptions on monuments and buildings discovered in North Africa. However, the majority of available primary source material about Carthaginian civilization was written by Greek and Roman historians, such as Livy, Polybius, Appian, Cornelius Nepos, Silius Italicus, Plutarch, Dio Cassius, and Herodotus. These authors came from cultures which were nearly always in competition, and often in conflict, with Carthage. The Greeks contested with Carthage for Sicily, for instance, and the Romans fought the Punic Wars against Carthage. Inevitably the accounts of Carthage written by outsiders include significant bias. Recent excavation of ancient Carthaginian sites has brought much more primary material to light. Some of these finds contradict or confirm aspects of the traditional picture of Carthage, but much of the material is still ambiguous. Carthage was one of a number of Phoenician settlements in the western Mediterranean that was created to facilitate trade from the cities of Sidon, Tyre and others from Phoenicia, which was situated in the coast of what is now Syria, Lebanon and Israel. In the 10th century BC, the eastern Mediterranean shore was inhabited by various Semitic-speaking populations, who had built up flourishing civilizations. The people inhabiting what is now Lebanon called their language Canaanite, but were referred to as Phoenicians by the Greeks. The Phoenician language was very close to ancient Hebrew, to such a degree that the latter is often used as an aid in translation of Phoenician inscriptions. The Phoenician cities were highly dependent on both land- and seaborne trade and their cities included a number of major ports in the area. In order to provide a res - Besorgungstitel - vorauss. Lieferzeit 3-5 Tage.., [SC: 0.00]

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: Books LLC, Reference Series], Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 53. Chapters: Tertullian, Selinunte, Termini Imerese, History of Carthage, Himera, Ancient Carthage, Jean Emile Humbert, Carthage National Museum, Pantelleria, Salammbô, Motya, Utica, Tunisia, Saint Louis Cathedral, Carthage, Cabiria, Battle of Carthage, Carthaginian Iberia, Carthago delenda est, Punic language, Kerkouane, Hundred and Four, Temple of Antas, Abelox, Shophet, Shofet, Byrsa, Necropolis of Monte Luna, Carthage Paleo-Christian Museum, Naraggara. Excerpt: The study of the history of Carthage is often problematic. Due to the subjugation of the civilization by the Romans at the end of the Third Punic War, very few Carthaginian historical primary sources survive. There are a few ancient translations of Punic texts into Greek and Latin, as well as inscriptions on monuments and buildings discovered in North Africa. However, the majority of available primary source material about Carthaginian civilization was written by Greek and Roman historians, such as Livy, Polybius, Appian, Cornelius Nepos, Silius Italicus, Plutarch, Dio Cassius, and Herodotus. These authors came from cultures which were nearly always in competition, and often in conflict, with Carthage. The Greeks contested with Carthage for Sicily, for instance, and the Romans fought the Punic Wars against Carthage. Inevitably the accounts of Carthage written by outsiders include significant bias. Recent excavation of ancient Carthaginian sites has brought much more primary material to light. Some of these finds contradict or confirm aspects of the traditional picture of Carthage, but much of the material is still ambiguous. Carthage was one of a number of Phoenician settlements in the western Mediterranean that was created to facilitate trade from the cities of Sidon, Tyre and others from Phoenicia, which was situated in the coast of what is now Syria, Lebanon and Israel. In the 10th century BC, the eastern Mediterranean shore was inhabited by various Semitic-speaking populations, who had built up flourishing civilizations. The people inhabiting what is now Lebanon called their language Canaanite, but were referred to as Phoenicians by the Greeks. The Phoenician language was very close to ancient Hebrew, to such a degree that the latter is often used as an aid in translation of Phoenician inscriptions. The Phoenician cities were highly dependent on both land- and seaborne trade and their cities included a number of major ports in the area. In order to provide a resVersandfertig in 3-5 Tagen, [SC: 0.00]

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Publishing year: 2010
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Weight: 0,200 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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