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580 BCE - 376 BCE
Carthage and Greece fight for dominance in Sicily.
Etruscan & Carthaginian alliance expels the Greeks from Corsica.
Battle of Alalia. Carthaginian navy, in alliance with Etruscans, defeated Greek ships off the island of Corsica.
Carthage expands into southern Spain.
Tyrant of Syracuse Gelon defeats the Carthaginians at the battle of Himera.
Agrigento is attacked and destroyed by Carthage.
c. 341 BCE
Timoleon defeats a Carthaginian army at the battle of Crimisus in Sicily.
Timoleon agrees a peace treaty with Carthage over their control of Sicily.
Agathocles of Syracuse lands an army of 14,000 in North Africa.
Syracuse defeats a Carthaginian army in Sicily and kills their general Hamilcar.
Carthage defeats the army of Agathocles of Syracuse led by Archagathus while Agathocles is in Sicily.
Carthage and Agathocles of Syracuse sign a peace treaty and divide Sicily between them.
264 BCE - 241 BCE
First Roman naval victory against Carthage off Mylae in the First Punic War.
A Carthaginain army led by the mercenary Spartan commander Xanthippus defeats two Roman legions near Tunis during the First Punic War.
Jun 250 BCE
A Carthaginian army led by Hasdrubal is defeated by Roman consul Metellus near Palermo in the First Punic War.
Hamilcar Barca raids southern Italy and then lands on Sicily during the First Punic War.
Hamilcar Barca arrives in southern Spain to expand Carthage's interests there. He makes his base at Gades and founds Acra Leuce.
Hasdrubal takes command of Carthage's armies in Spain.
Hannibal takes command of Carthage's armies in Spain.
Hannibal crosses the Ebro river in Spain and sacks the city of Saguntum, Rome's ally, sparking off the Second Punic War.
218 BCE - 202 BCE
Apr 218 BCE - May 218 BCE
Hannibal leaves Spain to cross the Pyrenees and Alps into Italy.
Nov 218 BCE
Hannibal wins the battle of Ticinus.
Dec 218 BCE
Hannibal wins the battle of Trebia.
Jun 217 BCE
Hannibal wins the battle of Lake Trasimene.
"Hannibal ante portas." Hannibal directly threatens the city of Rome, but cannot advance due to lack of supplies and reinforcements.
Aug 216 BCE
Hannibal wins the battle of Cannae, the worst defeat in Roman history.
A Carthaginian army led by Hasdrubal is defeated at the battle of Ibera in Spain.
A Carthaginian army is defeated in Sicily by a Roman army led by Marcellus. Syracuse falls to Rome who now control the island.
Scipio Africanus captures the Carthaginian base and treasury Carthago Nova in southern Spain.
Hannibal, harassed by Roman forces, is reduced to controlling only Bruttium in southern Italy.
c. 22 Jun 207 BCE
Rome defeats a Carthaginian army at the battle of Metaurus.
206 BCE - 205 BCE
The Romans conquer Gades. End of the Carthaginian presence on the Iberian Peninsula.
Scipio Africanus wins the battle of Ilipa in Spain.
204 BCE - 203 BCE
Scipio Africanus wins two battles and besieges Utica in North Africa.
Carthaginian commander Mago is unable to join forces with Hannibal and his army is defeated in Cisalpine Gaul.
Scipio Africanus attacks the two camps of Syphax and Gisgo in North Africa and destroys their armies.
Scipio Africanus defeats a Carthaginian army led by Hasdrubal in North Africa.
Hannibal is recalled from Italy to defend Carthage against Scipio Africanus.
19 Oct 202 BCE
A Carthaginian army attacks Numidia, breaking the peace treaty agreed with Rome and sparking the Third Punic War.
149 BCE - 146 BCE
Rome sends an army of 80,000 infantry and 4,000 cavalry to attack Carthage.
Scipio Africanus the Younger takes over command of the siege of Carthage and builds a mole to block its harbour.
Scipio Africanus the Younger sacks Carthage and enslaves its population.