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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
may have been influenced by hopes of economic advantage from the Colo's call
complete ruin of Carthage.10 But his predominant motive no doubt f°T strong was
honest if misguided fear. As a soldier in the Second Punic War, "*""*"'• he had ...
Even so, the Romans would not let the territory of Carthage pass out of their
hands. The remaining hinterland of the city was constituted into a Roman
province unde The the name of " Africa ". In anticipation of fresh encroachments
by Roman ...
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