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History of Rome and their Enemies

Roman emperor from 161 to 180 AD, he was the last of the so-called Five Good Emperors.
One of the Punic wars in which Hannibal, made a brave crossing of the Alps to attack Rome and northern Italy. However, Hannibal was incapable to conquer the city of Rome and he was forced to retreat.
Is considered the first Roman emperor, and is the founder of the Roman Principate.
Roman emperor at the age of sixty-five, after a time of imperial service under Nero and other rulers of the Flavian dynasty. He was a member of the imperial entourage and played a vital part in exposing the Pisonian conspiracy of 65.
He was history's greatest generals and significant ruler of the Roman Empire. In 45 B.C he was named dictator of Rome "for life".
A crucial battle in the Second Punic War. The Carthaginians under Hannibal defeated the Romans under the Gaius Flaminius.
Roman emperor from 79 to 81 AD; had succeeded his father upon his death, in which he became the first Roman Emperor to come to the throne after his own father.
Roman emperor from 117 to 138 CE, unified Rome’s vast empire and was the third of the so-called Five Good Emperors.
A Punic military commander from Carthage, considered one of the greatest military commanders in history. His father was the leading Carthaginian commander during the First Punic War.
Roman emperor who turned Rome into a state of one religion, and people who refused to follow their gods and convert to the Roman religion were executed and displayed, this included members of the Roman senate, some of which took place in the coliseum.
A series of military campaigns executed by Julius Caesar against several Gallic tribes which had lasted from 58 BC to 50 BC.
One of the Punic Wars that was fought mostly over the island of Sicily, in which there was a lot of the fighting at sea.
Roman emperor from 41 to 54 AD. Know for being handicap and being a member of the Julio-Claudian dynasty, as well as conquering and colonizing Britain.
Roman general that was famous both for his exploits during the Third Punic War and for his control of Spain. He received the name Africanus and had a triumph in Rome after his destruction of Carthage.
Roman emperor known for being a member of the house of rulers known as the Julio-Claudian dynasty, and had been killed by Cassius Chaerea.
King of Numidia from 118 to 105 BC, who struggled to free his North African kingdom from Roman rule.
Founder and first queen of Carthage.
Roman emperor that burned down rome and blamed the evolving christians for it.
A Roman general and statesman who is known for organizing the army into the most effective fighting machine of its time; he was also elected to consul a record seven times.
Ruler of the Huns from 434 to 453 AD, also the leader of the Hunnic Empire.
Battle fought near an ancient village in southern Apulia, where Rome had been defeated, between the forces of Rome and Carthage during the Second Punic War.
One of the Punic Wars where Rome attacked the city of Carthage. After three years of laying siege to the city, the Roman army had broken through the walls and burned it to the ground.
King of Pontus and Armenia Minor in northern Anatolia from 120 to 63 BC. He had fought three of the most prominent generals from the late Roman Republic: Lucius Cornelius Sulla, Lucius Licinius Lucullus and Gnaeus Pompey Magnus.
Roman emperor from 98 to 117 AD. Officially declared by the Senate optimus princeps or "the best ruler", remembered for leading the empire to obtain its maximum territorial size by  his death and is also known for his philanthropic rule.
The Carthaginian general and statesman, and leader of the Barcid family.