Lords Of The World (Carthage and Corinth)
The year 146 B.C. was an annus mirabilis in the development of Roman dominion. Of course it had long been a foregone conclusion that Carthage and Corinth must fall before her, but the actual time of their overthrow was made all the more striking by the fact that both cities perished in the same year, and that both were visited by the same fate.
This historical fiction by Alfred Church is set during the Third Punic War when Rome destroyed both Carthage and Corinth.
Older children will enjoy reading about this often overlooked era in Roman history.
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