Punic Wars

Rom und Karthago wechselten während der drei Punischen Kriege von 264 v. Chr. bis 146 v. Chr. ihre Gebiete.

The three Punic wars or Romano-Carthaginian wars opposed ancient Rome and the Carthaginian civilization or Punic civilization for over a century.

First Punic War

Karte des westlichen Mittelmeers im Jahr 264 v. Chr. mit Schwerpunkt auf den Staaten, die am Ersten Punischen Krieg beteiligt waren.

The first Punic War or Sicilian War was the first of three wars between Rome and Carthage, two major powers in the western Mediterranean.

Pyrrhus of Epirus

Pyrrhus MAN Napoli Inv6150 n03.

Pyrrhus of the family of Pyrrhid was the king of Epirus and Macedonia, an Epirus general and one of Rome’s strongest opponents.

Ancient Carthage

Flagge von Karthago.

The Carthaginian civilization or Punic civilization is an ancient civilization located in the Mediterranean basin and at the origin of one of the greatest commercial, cultural and military powers of this region in antiquity.

Battle of the Trebia

Denkmal der Schlacht an der Trebbia, das einen der karthagischen Elefanten darstellt, Rivalta Trebbia, Italien.

The Battle of Trebia took place on December 18, 218 B.C., near the banks of the Trebia River, in the Italian province of Emilia, in which the Roman general Tiberius Sempronio Longo was defeated by the Carthaginian army commanded by Hannibal, in one of the most important warlike successes of the Punic Wars where Romans and Carthaginians clashed.

Second Punic War

Karte, die Rom und Karthago zu Beginn des Zweiten Punischen Krieges und das Operationsgebiet der Punischen Kriege zeigt.

The Second Punic War is the second of the three conflicts known as the Punic Wars, which oppose Rome to Carthage.

Battle of Lake Trasimene

The Gaul Ducar beheads the Roman general Flaminius in the Battle of Lake Trasimeno.

The Battle of Trasimeno was one of the major war clashes of the Second Punic War, and was fought on the morning of June 21, 217 BC.

Hannibal

Illustrationen aus Mommsens "Römische Geschichte", Seite 265, Hannibal.

Hannibal Barca, also known simply as Hannibal, was a Carthaginian general and statesman.

Jean-Paul Sartre

Jean-Paul-Charles-Aymard Sartre was a French philosopher, writer, playwright and literary critic, considered one of the most important representatives of existentialism, which in him takes the form of an atheistic humanism in which each individual is radically free and responsible for his or her choices, but from a subjectivist and relativist perspective.