What African country is where ancient city of Carthage controlled trade throughout the mediterranean?
What was the name of the set of laws the Romans hung in every city-state they controlled what north African city-state did Rome become the most powerful entity in the Mediterranean?
The Twelve Tables. Carthage.
CARTHAGE ( Tunisia Now)
Carthage was a colony of the Phoenician city of Tyre, traditionally founded in 814 BCE. It was independent and established its own confederacy in the western Mediterranean in Northfrica and Spain.
The Phoenicians were a commercial trading people. They began in the eastern Mediterranean Sea and established business relationships with other peoples in the Mediterranean Sea area. To augment their trading they constructed cargo ships and and naval vessels to protect their commercial interests. They also constructed colonies throughout the Mediterranean Sea. One major colony was Carthage that became a leading power. This city state was located on the North African coast south of Sicily. The… Read More
Was Sicily ever ruled by any African country or were the Sicilian people ever slaves to any African country or any African people?
Hannibal conquered a lot of the area around the Mediterranean including Sicily. Hannibal was a son of Carthage, which is now Tunisia, in northern Africa.
What strait controlled by the united kingdom is close to the place where the Mediterranean Sea meets the Atlantic?
The Strait of Gibraltar joins the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. It separates the European countries of Gibraltar and Spain from the African country of Morocco.
The growing Roman empire and its North African proxies, and Carthage and its mercenaries.
Carthage did not dominate the Mediterranean. Her trading network was in the western basin of this sea. Trade in the eastern Mediterranean was dominated by the Greeks and her Phoenician cousins. In the western Mediterranean Carthage's hegemony was in the southern part: the North African coast from northern Morocco to western Libya (Tripolitania), southern Spain, Ibiza, Western Sicily and Sardinia. Trade in the northern part (the coast of France and Spain's eastern coast) was controlled… Read More
Carthage developed a trading empire in the western Mediterranean. She gained supremacy over the other various other Phoenicians settlements in north-western Africa (Tunisia, Algeria and northern Morocco) and Gades (Cadiz), in southern Spain, near the Strait of Gibraltar. She developed thriving trading networks, selling tin from Spain in the eastern Mediterranean, buying high quality manufactures in this area for herself and selling lower quality manufactures she produced in Africa and southern Spain. With the wealth… Read More
The Roman Empire started in the Italian Peninsula. It began in a time of warfare. Its neighbors constantly sent armies to fight against it. Gradually, Rome captured Italy. An army from Gaul sacked Rome and Rome sent armies outside of Italy. A large empire centered in the North African city of Carthage sent armies to fight against Rome. After several wars Rome conquered Carthage and its empire. So Rome fought to survive and conquered its… Read More
Australian troops fought in Greece, Crete, Syria and North Africa. RAN units served throughout the Mediterranean Sea, and RAAF units served in the North African campaign.
Carthage is in the present day country of Tunisia.
South African is not near the Mediterranean.
The capital and largest city of Tunisia, in the northern part of the country on the Gulf of Tunis, an inlet of the Mediterranean Sea. It occupies a site near the ruins of ancient Carthage. The city of Tunis is the capital of the North African nation of Tunisia.
Yes he was born in carthage.
Tunisia is the smallest African country that borders the Mediterranean Sea.
The Mediterranean Sea was in the middle of the Roman empire an separated the African provinces from the European and Asian ones. The Mediterranean Sea was in the middle of the Roman empire an separated the African provinces from the European and Asian ones. The Mediterranean Sea was in the middle of the Roman empire an separated the African provinces from the European and Asian ones. The Mediterranean Sea was in the middle of the… Read More
Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco are the five African nations that have borders on the Mediterranean Sea.
Carthage is the ancient cit near tunis Carthage is the ancient cit near tunis
The lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea are not cold. They are generally warm and sunny with the African coast being hot and sunny. The lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea are not cold. They are generally warm and sunny with the African coast being hot and sunny. The lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea are not cold. They are generally warm and sunny with the African coast being hot and sunny. The lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea… Read More
Egypt is the only African country that borders both the Red Sea and the Mediterranean Sea.
It was Carthage.
A mediterranean country could be either European, North African, or Asian country.
The Mediterranean Sea is the body of water located north of the African continent and south of Europe.
Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt all border the Mediterranean Sea.
Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco all border the Mediterranean.
The African continent
These north African counties boarder the Mediterranean Sea
In World War II, the North African campaign was a roughly three-year struggle between Axis and Allied forces for control of the North African portion of the Mediterranean Basin. With the help of Australian troops, among many others, Great Britain advanced from Egypt to meet up with American troops advancing from the west such that, in early 1943, North Africa was Allied-controlled.
The african countries that border the Mediterranean all speak dialects of Arabic: Egypt Libya Tunisia Algeria Morocco
The African and the Asian
European, African and Asian
Egypt and libya
Carthage was Rome's biggest rival. hope it help!
Carthage was a north-African city-state that was in conflict with Rome until the end of the 3rd Punic war when they were defeated.
South of the European Continent and North of the African
Morocco and Tunisia
Arab and Muslim cultures
North Africa African regions; Morocco and Algeria's most northern Parts are considered to have Mediterranean Climates
Morocco has Mediterranean Forest biome with three ecoregions divisions. Here is the biome divisions: North African Mediterranean forest, Mediterranean shrub steppes in the east-centre, and Mediterranean dry forest and succulent scrub to the south-east.
Tunis, Tunisia, Algiers, Algeria, and Tripoli, Libya are the three African capital cities on the Mediterranean Sea.
Europe and Africa are separated by the Mediterranean Sea but Melilla and Ceuta, in Spain, borders Morocco and are on the African Continent.
African countries moving West to East, they are Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Egypt.
Along the Mediterranean Coast.
South of the European Continent and north of the African
Europe, Asia and the African continents