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The punic Wars. From Wordnet, Princeton University.
His was the only case of repudiation ever perpetrated by Ohio and he may well charge the State with punic faith toward him. From Wordnik.com. [Cleveland Past and Present Its Representative Men] Reference
In the neo-punic necropolis, on which the camp is situated, two entire vases and 28 fragments of vases were found, decorated with painted inscriptions. From Wordnik.com. [The American Journal of Archaeology, 1893-1] Reference
Although we cannot sympathise with such people, it is quite possible to understand their very natural annoyance at the turn which things had taken, and it does not surprise us (in this age of "punic faith") that a conspiracy was set on foot between the dwellers of the hinterland and the Spaniards of the fortress. From Wordnik.com. [Sea-Wolves of the Mediterranean] Reference
It has been steadily climibing, currently 10 to 12 in rank on a search for first punic war. From Wordnik.com. [Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]] Reference
It was the first of the punic Wars, so called because punic was the Latin word for Carthage. From Wordnik.com. [Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]] Reference
The excavations are being undertaken in a field at Tal-Logga and the indications were that this had previously been a quarry of the punic or early Roman period. From Wordnik.com. [timesofmalta.com] Reference
However much Mexico may, and has, weakened her cause by her own punic faith, instability, military oppression, and political revolutions, giving to the Texans in particular ample justification for their revolt, it was not probable that Don Juan. From Wordnik.com. [Jack Tier] Reference
Page 111 twenty years, the non-slaveholding State, generally, have wholly refused to deliver up to us persons charged with crimes affecting slave property; our confederates, with punic faith, shield and give sanctuary to all criminals, who seek to deprive us of this property, or who use it to destroy us. From Wordnik.com. [Journal of the public and secret proceedings of the Convention of the People of Georgia : held in Milledgeville and Savannah in 1861,] Reference
A look ahead: 'the beginnings of rome: italy from the bronze age to the punic wars (circa. From Wordnik.com. [Roman History Books and More] Reference
C. Neo-punic Inscriptions. From Wordnik.com. [The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock] Reference
Carthage, greek, history, language, latin, lingustics, punic, semitic comments. From Wordnik.com. [An odd North African text in Greek] Reference
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