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In 247 B.C., the year Hannibal Barca was born, the Carthage realm was about 500 years of ages. Referred to as among the greatest strategist in armed forces record, the battles of Hannibal would strike a turning factor in the record of the continent that would certainly be called Africa.
Carthage had been worked out by Phoenicians as a city-state in North Africa near the current Tunis. In his 1961 job, French Chronicler Gabriel Audisio comments that he thought about “Hannibal to be neither a Phoenician, nor a Carthaginian, neither a Punic, yet a North African … Most the Punic populace seems to have had African, indeed Negroid, ancestry.” Whether described as Carthaginians, Phoenicians, or Punics of North Africa, according to Audisio's study they were definitely a mix of aboriginal North Africans that consisted of the indigenous Berbers, Moors, etc. 

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