Carthaginian War Elephant
An artist's rendition of a Carthaginian war elephant during the Punic Wars with Rome.
Roman Beach Attack
An artist's impression of what a Roman beach attack may have looked like during the Punic Wars of the 3rd century BCE.
Battle of Barnet (1471 CE)
Illustration of the Battle of Barnet (1471 CE), a decisive battle of the Wars of the Roses, by Graham Turner. Courtesy of Medieval Warfare Magazine / Karwansaray Publishers.
Carthaginian War Elephants
An artist's impression of what an attack by Carthaginian war elephants may have looked like during the Punic Wars of the 3rd century BCE.
An artist's impression of a Balearic slinger. The islanders were renowned in the ancient world for their accuracy and were employed in the Carthaginian army during the Punic Wars.
Battle of Salamis, 480 BCE
The distribution of the respective fleets of the Greek allied states (blue) against the Persian forces of Xerxes (red), 480 BCE. The Greeks would outmanoeuvre the Persians in the shallow waters of the straights and win a victory which would...
Carthage and its Harbour
This is a 3D rendition of what Carthage might have looked like at the height of its power. In the foreground you can see the Cothon, the city's famous military harbour.
Battle of Cannae - Destruction of the Roman Army
Map of the Battle of Cannae showing how Hannibal encircles and defeats the Roman army.
Map of Hannibal's Route into Italy
Hannibal's route into Italy in the Second Punic War.
Siege of Carthage
An artist's impression of what the Roman siege of Carthage may have looked like during the Third Punic War, 149-146 BCE.