‘Carthaginian’ historical pictures (exact matches)

The oath of Hannibal, 3rd Century BC
The oath of Hannibal, 3rd Century BC
Hannibal's army
Hannibal's army
Hannibal committing suicide by taking poison, c181 BC
Hannibal committing suicide by taking poison, c181 BC
Romans and Carthaginians fighting at the naval battle of Mylae, First Punic War, 260 BC
Romans and Carthaginians fighting at the naval battle of Mylae, First Punic War, 260 BC
Phoenician merchants trading bronze objects at Carthage
Phoenician merchants trading bronze objects at Carthage
Hannibal
Hannibal
Harbour of the ancient city of Carthage
Harbour of the ancient city of Carthage
Hannibal's army crossing the Alps, Second Punic War, 218 BC
Hannibal's army crossing the Alps, Second Punic War, 218 BC
Dido building her funeral pyre
Dido building her funeral pyre
Battle of Zama between Carthage and Rome, Second Punic War, 202 BC
Battle of Zama between Carthage and Rome, Second Punic War, 202 BC
Battle of Mylae between Rome and Carthage, First Punic War, 260 BC
Battle of Mylae between Rome and Carthage, First Punic War, 260 BC
Hannibal and his elephants crossing a river by raft
Hannibal and his elephants crossing a river by raft
Scipio Africanus and Hannibal, Roman and Carthaginian generals of the Second Punic War
Scipio Africanus and Hannibal, Roman and Carthaginian generals of the Second Punic War
Hannibal swearing an oath of enmity against Rome, 3rd Century BC
Hannibal swearing an oath of enmity against Rome, 3rd Century BC
Hannibal in the Alps
Hannibal in the Alps
Festival of Melqart, Ancient Carthage
Festival of Melqart, Ancient Carthage
Hannibal crossing the Alps, Second Punic War, 218 BC
Hannibal crossing the Alps, Second Punic War, 218 BC
The elephants of Hannibal
The elephants of Hannibal
Map of the Roman provinces of Hispania, Mauretania and Africa
Map of the Roman provinces of Hispania, Mauretania and Africa
Storming of the Byrsa and the destruction of Carthage, 146 BC
Storming of the Byrsa and the destruction of Carthage, 146 BC
Carthaginian Warrior (?)
Carthaginian Warrior (?)
Hannibal the Carthaginian General
Hannibal the Carthaginian General
Gold earring with glass head pendant
Gold earring with glass head pendant
The suicide of Sophonisba: Sophonisba is sitting on a chair taking the poison Masinissa sent her
The suicide of Sophonisba: Sophonisba is sitting on a chair taking the poison Masinissa sent her
Hannibal attached torches to stampeding cattle
Hannibal attached torches to stampeding cattle
Dido obtaining the site of Carthage by a ruse
Dido obtaining the site of Carthage by a ruse
Sacred Emblems, from a Carthaginian Votive Stele
Sacred Emblems, from a Carthaginian Votive Stele
Syracuse
Syracuse
Carthaginian sailors witnessing a volcano
Carthaginian sailors witnessing a volcano
Hannibal leading the Carthaginian army over the Alps
Hannibal leading the Carthaginian army over the Alps
Carthaginian soldiers preparing the martyrdom of Attilius Regulus
Carthaginian soldiers preparing the martyrdom of Attilius Regulus
Battle of Lake Trasimene, Italy, Second Punic War, 217 BC
Battle of Lake Trasimene, Italy, Second Punic War, 217 BC
Captive Gauls fighting each other to the death in front of Hannibal for the opportunity to join the Carthaginian army
Captive Gauls fighting each other to the death in front of Hannibal for the opportunity to join the Carthaginian army
Dido and Aeneas in Carthage
Dido and Aeneas in Carthage
Soldiers fighting at Carthaginian fortifications
Soldiers fighting at Carthaginian fortifications
Regulus destroying the Carthaginian fleet, Battle of Cape Ecnomus, 256 BC
Regulus destroying the Carthaginian fleet, Battle of Cape Ecnomus, 256 BC
Marriage of Masinissa, King of Numidia, and Sophonisbe of Carthage
Marriage of Masinissa, King of Numidia, and Sophonisbe of Carthage
Hannibal swearing eternal hatred of the Romans
Hannibal swearing eternal hatred of the Romans
Scene from the childhood of Hannibal
Scene from the childhood of Hannibal
Elephants at work
Elephants at work
Regulus was taken prisoner by the Carthaginians in Africa
Regulus was taken prisoner by the Carthaginians in Africa
Glass head pendant
Glass head pendant
Dido's funeral pyre
Dido's funeral pyre
Dido, Queen of Carthage, preparing for her death after being left by Aeneas
Dido, Queen of Carthage, preparing for her death after being left by Aeneas
Quintus Fabius declaring war to the Carthaginian Senate
Quintus Fabius declaring war to the Carthaginian Senate
Aeneas at Dido's palace
Aeneas at Dido's palace
Young Hannibal swearing enmity to the Romans
Young Hannibal swearing enmity to the Romans
Over the Alps to the gates of Rome
Over the Alps to the gates of Rome
"I have killed the eagle", said the child
"I have killed the eagle", said the child
Hannibal and his army crossing the Alps, 218 BC
Hannibal and his army crossing the Alps, 218 BC
Carthaginian trireme, 2nd Century BC
Carthaginian trireme, 2nd Century BC
Carthaginian Coin, Electrum
Carthaginian Coin, Electrum
Ancient Carthaginian Capital
Ancient Carthaginian Capital
Carthaginian Warrior
Carthaginian Warrior
Hamilcar Barca, Carthaginian general and father of Hannibal
Hamilcar Barca, Carthaginian general and father of Hannibal
Hamilcar and his son Hannibal
Hamilcar and his son Hannibal
Hannibal casting his axe over the walls of Rome
Hannibal casting his axe over the walls of Rome
The hunter's treachery: incident of the Second Punic War, 3rd Century BC
The hunter's treachery: incident of the Second Punic War, 3rd Century BC
Dido commits suicide after being abandoned by Aeneas
Dido commits suicide after being abandoned by Aeneas
Regulus was imprisoned for five years
Regulus was imprisoned for five years
Lucienne Breval, Swiss opera singer
Lucienne Breval, Swiss opera singer
Heroism of the Carthaginian women
Heroism of the Carthaginian women
Hannibal leading the Carthaginian army over the Alps
Hannibal leading the Carthaginian army over the Alps
Carthaginian lion hunt
Carthaginian lion hunt
Fabius Maximus declares war on the Carthaginians, 218 BC
Fabius Maximus declares war on the Carthaginians, 218 BC
Hannibal at nine years of age, swearing enmity to the Romans
Hannibal at nine years of age, swearing enmity to the Romans
Hannibal and his brothers learning to throw stones with a sling
Hannibal and his brothers learning to throw stones with a sling
Angry, the Carthaginians sentenced him to death
Angry, the Carthaginians sentenced him to death
Remains of Carthaginian Art
Remains of Carthaginian Art
Regulus defeated the Punic fleet during the first Punic War
Regulus defeated the Punic fleet during the first Punic War
Death of Sophonisba
Death of Sophonisba
Jug in the shape of a war elephant
Jug in the shape of a war elephant
Elephants at work and Hannibal crossing the Alps
Elephants at work and Hannibal crossing the Alps
Carthaginian Coin, Silver
Carthaginian Coin, Silver
Ruins of ancient Carthage, Tunisia
Ruins of ancient Carthage, Tunisia
Carthaginian lion hunt
Carthaginian lion hunt
Regulus returned to Carthage having persuaded Rome to resist
Regulus returned to Carthage having persuaded Rome to resist
Hannibal leading his army over the Alps, 218 BC
Hannibal leading his army over the Alps, 218 BC
Hannibal the Great
Hannibal the Great
Regulus was sent to Rome by the Cartheginians to ask for a truce
Regulus was sent to Rome by the Cartheginians to ask for a truce
Hannibal's crossing of the Alps, 218 BC
Hannibal's crossing of the Alps, 218 BC
His Excellency Q Fabius Offering Peace or War to the Carthaginian Senate
His Excellency Q Fabius Offering Peace or War to the Carthaginian Senate
Specimens of Carthaginian art
Specimens of Carthaginian art
When They Were Young: The Great General Hannibal
When They Were Young: The Great General Hannibal
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