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This bibliography presents a list of abbreviations, sources, and modern works relevant to the study of the republic of Carthage, which is one of the three leading states in the western Mediterranean, along with Rome and Syracuse. Carthage ruled the rich and populous North African hinterland which Greeks called Libya, and exercised varying degrees of dominance in other territories: along the coasts to its east almost as far as Cyrene, at numerous trading ports westward to the straits of Gibraltar, and over the western third of Sicily and the coastal lowlands of Sardinia.

Keywords: Carthage; Rome; Syracuse



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