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Military Campaigns of the Roman Empire

After the fall of mighty Carthage in the Second Punic War (202 BC) Rome began to prepare for the invasion of Greece. The titanic struggle between Rome and Carthage had prevented the Roman's from pursuing a policy of all out war against the Greeks. With Carthage no longer a threat, Rome could now concentrate their powerful war machine against Carthage's former allies.
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