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Rome, Carthage and Numidia Of all the problems which confronted the Romans
after the Second Punic War the question of their future relations to Carthage was
the simplest, and yet it was the least successfully handled. While the Economic ...
Max Cary. His aggressions against Carthage. His territorial acquisitions. Attitude
of the Romans to Carthage. the inhabitants of the fertile sea-border to forsake
their semi-nomadic habits and to bring their cultivable lands under the plough.
may have been influenced by hopes of economic advantage from the Cato's call
complete ruin of Carthage.10 But his predominant motive no doubt for stro"g was
honest if misguided fear. As a soldier in the Second Punic War, measures- he ...
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