The Phoenician colony Carthage (Qart Chadascht ).
The Carthaginian government; suffetes
The First Punic War: Hamilcar Barca; the treaty
Sicily, Sardinia-Corsica the first provinces.
Hannibal in Spain; Saguntum and the Ebro; the declaration of war
The start of the war (219 BC); consuls Publius Cornelius Scipio and Tiberius Sempronius Longus.
Battle of the Ticinus (note Scipio Jr.); Battle of the Trebia
Gaius Flaminius and the Battle of Lake Trasimene (217 BC)
The dictator Quintus Fabius Cunctator ("The Delayer")
The consuls Lucius Aemilius Paulus and Gaius Terrentius Varro; the Battle of Cannae (216 BC).
Laevinus, Philip V, and the First Macedonian War
Syracuse, Archimedes, and Marcellus
Early victories in Spain; death of the Scipios
Publius Cornelius Scipio (the younger--he was only 24!) in Spain
Scipio vs. Fabius: the invasion of Africa
The Battle of Zama (201 BC)
The treaty ending the Second Punic War