- Aristotle: On the Constitution of Carthage, c. 340 BCE
Text of Aristotle's overview of the Carthaginian government. From the Ancient History Sourcebook.
- Carthage: A Lost Empire
Covers the history of ancient Carthage with a chronology and sections on Carthaginian life, the Punic Wars, and archaeological remains.
- 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.
- Livius.org: Carthage
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.
- 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.
- Wikipedia: Carthage
User-edited article about the ancient city of Carthage in Tunisia and the Carthaginian Empire.
- Hannibal (247-182 BCE)
Comprehensive web resource on the life of Hannibal Barca and the Punic Wars between Rome and Carthage.
- Cornelius Nepos: Lives of Eminent Commanders
Text of Cornelius Nepos' 2nd century Excellentium Imperatorum Vitae, including biographies of Miltiades, Alcibiades, Timotheus, Hamilcar, Hannibal, and Cato.
- Livius: Hannibal
Biography of the Carthaginian general Hannibal (247-182 BCE), one of the greatest military leaders in history. Includes excerpts from ancient sources and an overview of his crossing of the Alps in 218 BC.
- Polybius: The Character of Hannibal
The Roman perspective on the Carthaginian general.
- Wikipedia: Hannibal
User-edited biography of the Carthaginian military commander and tactician.
- Hanno (c. 570-450 BCE)
- Hanno's Periplus on the Web
Directory of pages about the explorer Hanno of Carthage and his African expedition, including translations, discussions, and academic articles.
- Livius.org: Hanno
Offers a biography of the Carthaginian admiral Hanno, the text of his logbook, and commentary.
- Wikipedia: Hanno the Navigator
User-edited article about Hanno the Navigator, a Carthaginian explorer who led an expedition along the west coast of Africa in the 5th century BC.
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