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The first Punic War was fought between Carthage, and Rome, the second was fought in Rome, and the third was fought in Carthage.

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Rome fought Carthage in the First Punic War, the Second Punic War and the Third Punic War over a period of a century.


The first Punic War was fought in Sicily.


The three Punic Wars were fought in the Western Mediterranean.


Rome and Carthage fought in the Punic Wars, but Rome won the war.


The Romans fought Carthage. This is the Punic war that Hannibal fought in (guy who led the elephants through the alps to get to Rome).


Elephants fought in the 3rd punic war


The First Punic War was fought over the island of Sicily.


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The First Punic War, the Second Punic War and the Third Punic War. The word Punic comes from the Latin name for the Carthaginians (punicus, plural punici).



Most of the naval battles of the Punic Wars were fought over the Mediterranean Sea, although that was not what the War was fought over. The war was fought over places like Corsica and Sardinia, and Spain.



The Second Punic War was fought in Italy, Spain and Africa (which to the Romans was Tunisia and Western Libya). The Romans also fought a campaign in Greece against the king of Macedon, who had allied with Hannibal.


It was fought in Sicily, on the Western Mediterranean Sea and in North Africa


Rome and Carthage if that's what your asking.


Rome and Carthage for control of the Western Mediterranean.


Rome and its allies versus Carthage.


The First Punic War was fought against the people of Carthage. This war was fought from 264-241 BC. The Punic War was fought in order for whichever army one would gain control of Sicily. In order to get to Sicily to fight the Carthaginians, the Romans had to cross the straites of Messina on two legions he First Punic War was fought against people of Carthage. This war was fought from 264-241 BC. The Punic War was fought in order for whichever army one would gain control of Sicily. In order to get to Sicily to fight the Carthaginians, the Romans had to cross the straites of Messina on two legions.


Rome and Carthage fought three wars: the First Punic War (264-241 BC) the Second Punic War (218-201 BC) and the Third Punic War (149-146 BC)


The wars fought between Carthage and Rome were Punic Wars, which divided into three different wars. First Punic War - 264 BC to 241 BC Second Punic War - 218 BC to 201 BC Third Punic War - 149 BC to 146 BC (which Carthage lost to Rome)


Rome fought Carthage for 23 years 264 to 241 BCE during the First Punic War.


Rome fought the city of Carthage in the Punic Wars.



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