Hanno III the Great (Punic: 𐤇𐤍𐤀, ḤNʾ) was a conservative politician at Carthage during the 2nd century BC. He is known only through the historian Appian. At the outbreak of the Third Punic War, he stood for a good relationship with Rome and viewed Africa, rather than Spain, as a possible place of expansion. Leading a large section of the Carthaginian aristocracy, he rendered the efforts of the Barcid family in Spain useless.
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