With a breathtaking view over the bay and the ruins of Carthage, we could see all the way back to Tunis and the Kasbah.
She was a widow hated by most of the town of Carthage, Texas.
It was not the war galleys, but the merchant vessel of Phoenicia, of Tyre, and Carthage that brought them civilization and power.
The Phœnicians who settled Carthage took the religion of western Asia with them.
Then they were enraged with grief at what was extravagant injustice, and above all by the sight of Carthage on the horizon.
Thereupon they ingloriously broke camp and made off to Carthage.
Hannibal, though fallen, retained still in Carthage some portion of his former power.
They competed with and finally crushed their rivals in Tyre, Corinth and Carthage.
Carthage was their head-quarters, and they were continually ravaging the coasts of the Mediterranean with their fleets.
The aristocracy of Carthage controlled and governed every thing.
ancient city of North Africa, from Phoenician quart khadash "new town." Related: Carthaginian.
An ancient city in north Africa, established by traders from Phoenicia. Carthage was a commercial and political rival of Rome for much of the third and second centuries b.c. The Carthaginian general Hannibal attempted to capture Rome by moving an army from Spain through the Alps, but he was prevented and finally defeated in his own country. At the end of the Punic Wars, the Romans destroyed Carthage, as the senator Cato had long urged. The character Dido, lover of Aeneas in the Aeneid, was a queen of Carthage.