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What military advantage did Carthage have over Rome
The greatest Carthaginian strength was its navy. Rome did not yet have a well established navy
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What piece of land was the First Punic War over
The First Punic War was fought for Sicily
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What two things did Regulus value over his own life?
Carthaginians were angry that their terms for peace had been rejected on Regulus' advice and that Regulus had incited opposition to the treaty
Where did the second Punic War begin
The second Punic War began over a town in Spain in 218 BC
How did scipio make the Spaniards allies of Rome?
When Scipio took a city he allowed the chiefs, women, and children to go free. He also gave presents to many of the chiefs
What does Cunctator mean Why was Quintus Fabius given that name?
Cunctator means "delayer". Fabius was very slow and cautious in his movements; extreme delay or caution in any undertaking is now called a Fabian tactic
What offer did Hannibal make scipio before the battle of Zama
Hannibal proposed terms of peace by offering Spain. Sicily and Sardinia to rome and a division of the sea to Scipio
Where was Hannibal's greatest victory
The greatest victory was at battle of Cannae, in the south of Italy There he defeated and destoryed a Roman army of 70,000 men.