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How the Punic Wars made Rome a superpower

Ancient Rome began as a single city in Italy, called Rome. During the 5th, 4th and 3rd centuries BC, the armies of Rome gradually expanded and conquered most of Italy. At this point, the Romans made contact with another powerful city that had also been growing in power but was located on the other side of the Mediterranean Sea, known as Carthage...

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    How the Punic Wars made Rome a superpower

    How the Punic Wars made Rome a superpower

    Ancient Rome began as a single city in Italy, called Rome. During the 5th, 4th and 3rd centuries BC, the armies of Rome gradually expanded and …

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