Interesting that hot on the heels of the Carthage podcast we posted yesterday (scroll down a bit), that we get another one from ABC (Australia) Radio. In this case, they’re talking with Richard Miles, who is an ancient historian from the University of Sydney, and who has recently wordprocessed a tome called Carthage Must Be Destroyed. Here’s the official description:
Carthage was one of the great cities of the ancient world. It’s now a residential suburb of Tunis. but in its day it was a hugely important place, a great centre of trade comprehensively destroyed by the Romans in 146 BC. But what was it like to live in Carthage and how did urban life there compare with what was happening in its Italian rival city?
You can download or listen online here: