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The Queen of Carthage is a premium olive oil brand, produced following a strict ecological as well as a traditional ancestral Tunisian processes. Olive cultivation in Tunisia dates indeed back to the 8th

 learn more about carthage history and the queen legend.

  • Carthage Foundation Myth (850 BC)
  • Death of Dido
  • Expansion of Carthage
  • Carthage economic expansion
  • Carthaginian commerce extended by sea throughout the Mediterranean, and by land across the Sahara desert. Carthage's merchant ships, which surpassed in number even those of the cities of the Levant, visited every major port of the Mediterranean, as well as Britain and the Atlantic coast of Africa. Olive oil was one of the major traded products. It was processed and exported all over the Mediterranean, as indicated by distinctive Carthaginian amphorae found at archaeological sites around the western Mediterranean.

    Carthage economic expansion
    Carthaginian commerce extended by sea throughout the Mediterranean, and by land across the Sahara desert. Carthage's merchant ships, which surpassed in number even those of the cities of the Levant, visited every major port of the Mediterranean, as well as Britain and the Atlantic coast of Africa. Olive oil was one of the major traded products. It was processed and exported all over the Mediterranean, as indicated by distinctive Carthaginian amphorae found at archaeological sites around the western Mediterranean.

  • Carthaginian commerce extended by sea throughout the Mediterranean, and by land across the Sahara desert. Carthage's merchant ships, which surpassed in number even those of the cities of the Levant, visited every major port of the Mediterranean, as well as Britain and the Atlantic coast of Africa. Olive oil was one of the major traded products. It was processed and exported all over the Mediterranean, as indicated by distinctive Carthaginian amphorae found at archaeological sites around the western Mediterranean.

    Carthage economic expansion
    Carthaginian commerce extended by sea throughout the Mediterranean, and by land across the Sahara desert. Carthage's merchant ships, which surpassed in number even those of the cities of the Levant, visited every major port of the Mediterranean, as well as Britain and the Atlantic coast of Africa. Olive oil was one of the major traded products. It was processed and exported all over the Mediterranean, as indicated by distinctive Carthaginian amphorae found at archaeological sites around the western Mediterranean.