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This front matter section the book Truceless War: Carthage's Fight for Survival, 241 to 237 BC contains the list of contents, acknowledgements, list of illustrations, list of maps, and a prologue. Wars in Sicily against Syracuse and other Sicilian Greek states took up much Punic history and energy. The Carthaginians were driven from their other Sicilian strongholds to be penned in the seaport fortress of Lilybaeum, today's Marsala, and Pyrrhus even thought of repeating Agathocles' invasion. The map section includes: the Western Mediterranean, 241 B.C; Carthage and its neighbourhood; and Carthage: Physical Environs, Punic North Africa (North) and Punic North Africa (South)/Byzacium.

Keywords: Carthage; Sicily; Syracuse; war



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