I. X. Phoenicians in Italy The Phoenician name was Karthada; the Greek, Karchedon; the Roman, Cartago. Compare Movers, Phon. ii. x, 174. Law and Justice Modern Character of Italian Culture History, as such, cannot reproduce the life of a people in the infinite variety of its details; it must be content with exhibiting the development of that life as a whole.

Among the numerous and flourishing Phoenician cities along these shores, the most prominent by far was the "new town," Karthada or, as the Occidentals called it, Karchedon or Carthago.

Here, by agreement with the inhabitants, a site was obtained, and the famous settlement founded, which became known to the Greeks as "Karchedon," and to the Romans as "Carthago," or Carthage. Josephus places this event in the hundred and forty-fourth year after the building of the Temple of Solomon, or about B.C. 860. This date, however, is far from certain.

I. X. Phoenicians in Italy The Phoenician name was Karthada; the Greek, Karchedon; the Roman, Cartago. Compare Movers, Phon. ii. x, 174. Law and Justice Modern Character of Italian Culture History, as such, cannot reproduce the life of a people in the infinite variety of its details; it must be content with exhibiting the development of that life as a whole.

Among the numerous and flourishing Phoenician cities along these shores, the most prominent by far was the "new town," Karthada or, as the Occidentals called it, Karchedon or Carthago.