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He met Scipio’s better-trained and disciplined army near Zama. Scipio won and earned the nickname Africanus by which he has been known ever since. Carthage sued for peace. Under Rome’s terms Carthage was forced to give Spain and all Mediterranean islands it controlled to Rome. In addition, it was forced to pay a large indemScipio Africanus. Hulton nity and forfeit any independence Archive/Getty Images in foreign policy. This was the effective end of Carthage as a military power. Third Punic War Although powerless militarily, the commercial fortunes of Carthage revived significantly during the next 50 years.

In 202 Hannibal was put in command of Carthaginian forces. He met Scipio’s better-trained and disciplined army near Zama. Scipio won and earned the nickname Africanus by which he has been known ever since. Carthage sued for peace. Under Rome’s terms Carthage was forced to give Spain and all Mediterranean islands it controlled to Rome. In addition, it was forced to pay a large indemScipio Africanus. Hulton nity and forfeit any independence Archive/Getty Images in foreign policy. This was the effective end of Carthage as a military power.

For the constitutions of the municipia, units of local self-government for Roman citizens. He also increased the size of the Senate and made its composition more representative of the Roman population. The Rise of Octavian Caesar’s death led to a power struggle in Rome. His old soldiers rallied to Octavian, Antony and Cleopatra, G. Lerouisse. The Bridgeman Art Library/Getty Images 44 World Domination TK 45 Ancient Rome Caesar’s son by adoption and now his heir. The youth also won the support of the Senate.

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