There are two adjectives that mean
"having to do with the city of Carthage." Carthaginian is one. What is the other?
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Anything pertaining to Carthage is
described as either Carthaginian or Punic.
Thus, the wars between Rome and Carthage are called the Punic
wars (Carthage lost). The word Punic ultimately
derives from the Greek Phoinix, Phoenician -
an etymological allusion to Carthage's founding as a Phoenician
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