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Iberian chieftain, Joan Francesc Oliveras Pallerols

The ancient Iberians were a Pre-Roman Iron Age culture in the eastern side of the Iberian Peninsula. Even though the entire peninsula has been named after them, Iberian culture only occupied the Mediterranean side of the peninsula, what is now southeast France, Catalonia, Aragon, Valencia, Murcia and eastern Andalusia. The rest of the peninsula was occupied by other peoples such as Celts, Celtiberians, Vascones, etc. The Mediterranean coast of Iberia also had some Phoenician and Greek…

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Francisco Rodriguez
10 Works - Punic Wars: Battle of Zama - 202 B.C; the end of the power of the great Hannibal Barca  http://painting-mythology.blogspot.ca/2015/08/10-works-punic-wars-battle-of-zama-202.html Van, Global Art, Art Market, Auction

20 Works - February 5, 146 BC Punic Wars ended; as did the power of the great Hannibal Barca, with footnotes

After Giulio Romano Detail; Zama's Battle, c. last third of XVI century Oil on canvas 144×209 cm Pushkin Fine Arts Museum, Moscow. The Battle of Zama in the summer of 202 BC marked the end of the power of the great Hannibal Barca. With its greatest son, also Carthage should be at a virtual end. True, it should limp on for some time, but with its defeat at the end of the Second Punic War it no longer was a significant power. Zama also marks the pinnacle in the career of the outstanding Roman…

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Maciej Konarski
The Siege of Motya took place either in 398 or 397 BC in western Sicily. Dionysius, after securing peace with Carthage in 405 BC, had steadily increased his military power and had tightened his grip on Syracuse. He had fortified Syracuse against sieges and had created a large army of mercenaries and a large fleet, in addition to employing the catapult and quinqueremes for the first time in history. Carthaginian Army, Ancient Carthage, Greek Soldier, Punic Wars, Warriors Illustration, Classical Greece, Roman Warriors, Grece Antique, Greek Warrior

Carthaginian Army

The Siege of Motya took place either in 398 or 397 BC in western Sicily. Dionysius, after securing peace with Carthage in 405 BC, had steadily increased his military power and had tightened his grip on Syracuse. He had fortified Syracuse against sieges and had created a large army of mercenaries and a large fleet, in addition to employing the catapult and quinqueremes for the first time in history.

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Alain De Bussche