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Carthage
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Don Quixote
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  • Had I fallen in with those gentlemen, Troy would not have been burned or Carthage destroyed, for it would have been only for me to slay Paris, and all these misfortunes would have been avoided.
  • Lusitania had a Viriatus, Rome a Caesar, Carthage a Hannibal, Greece an Alexander, Castile a Count Fernan Gonzalez, Valencia a Cid, Andalusia a Gonzalo Fernandez, Estremadura a Diego Garcia de Paredes, Jerez a Garci Perez de Vargas, Toledo a Garcilaso, Seville a Don Manuel de Leon, to read of whose valiant deeds will entertain and instruct the loftiest minds and fill them with delight and wonder.

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  • Carthage is being resettled today as a suburb of Tunis.
  • He thought of the slaves deep under the street levels of Carthage before the Romans came and destroyed the city.
    Dalton Trumbo  --  Johnny Got His Gun

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