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ID: 7594123
 

Record Type: administrative
Hierarchy of Carthaginian Empire (former nation/state/empire)  Carthaginian Empire (former nation/state/empire)

Coordinates:
Lat: 35 50 00 N  degrees minutes   Lat: 35.8330  decimal degrees
Long: 010 20 00 E  degrees minutes   Long: 10.3330  decimal degrees

Note: Territory controlled by the semitic civilization centered in the Phoenician city of Carthage, located in North Africa on the Gulf of Tunis, but extending further in North Africa and in Europe with colonial cities along the coasts of the Mediterranean Sea. The empire dated to ca. 650-146 BCE.

Names:
Carthaginian Empire (preferred,C,V)
Ancient Carthage (C,V)
Qart-ḥadašt (C,V)

Hierarchical Position:
Hierarchy of World (facet)    World (facet)
Hierarchy of Carthaginian Empire (former nation/state/empire)  ....  Carthaginian Empire (former nation/state/empire) (P)

Place Types:
former nation/state/empire (preferred, C)  ............  flourished ca. 650-146 BCE
empire (H)
Punic (Carthaginian) (H)

Related geographic places:
capital is ....  Carthage .......... (deserted settlement)
..................  (World, Africa, Tunisia, Tunis) [7016143]
near/adjacent to ....  Mediterranean Sea .......... (sea)
..............................  (World, Oceans) [7016735]

Sources and Contributors:
Ancient Carthage..........  [VP]
.............................  Encyclopedia of World History (1980)
Carthaginian Empire..........  [VP Preferred]
...................................  Canby, Historic Places (1984)
...................................  Encyclopedia of World History (1980)
...................................  Times Atlas of World History (1989)
Qart-ḥadašt..........  [VP]
.......................  Archaeology Magazine [online] (2000-)
Subject: .....  [VP]
 
Note:
English .......... [VP]
..........  Archaeology Magazine [online] (2000-)
..........  Encyclopedia of World History (1980)

 

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