History of the Phoenician city state located near modern-day Tunis, with sections on its early history, the Punic Wars, and Roman renewal of the site.
Catholic Encyclopedia: Carthage
Focuses on the city's role as the center of Christianity in Africa from the 2nd century onward, with sections on Tertullian and St. Cyprian.
Skerki Bank 1997
MIT program which resulted in the discovery of eight ships documenting the existence of a major trading route in the central Mediterranean Sea between ancient Carthage, Rome, Sicily, and Sardinia.
Timeline of Carthaginian History
Covers the founding of Carthage by Elissa in 814 BC to its destruction by the Romans in 146 BC.
Carthage: A Lost Empire
Covers the history of ancient Carthage with a chronology and sections on Carthaginian life, the Punic Wars, and archaeological remains.