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CHAPTER XIII THE SEcOND PUNIc WAR § 1. THE CARTHAGINIAN
CONQUESTS IN SPAIN WHILE the Romans were advancing their frontiers from
Apennines to Alps, the Carthaginians were making an unexpected recovery from
their recent ...
Since their conquests embraced the richest parts of the peninsula, and the yield
of the mines was greatly increased under direct Punic exploitation, the finances
of Carthage were soon restored to prosperity. But the ulterior purpose of the
Reinforcements from Carthage hurried to the relief of the city ; but the Punic army
was destroyed by the swamp-fever which haunted the southern outskirts of the
town, and a squadron of 130 galleys — the largest Carthaginian fleet of the ...
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