After a long hiatus, I have a civ seen in , , and . Now, I present my take on it. This civ is an example of a civ where it follows history, IE, units of various eras are belonging to the civ who owned the area at that point. If you want a more Carthaginian Carthage, I suggest you check out Coffee Junkie's Ethnic Mix More mod. Here, Carthage is represented first by Carthage, then the Fatimids, then the Berbers, and finally, Algeria. Spoiler : Row 1: Scout, Warrior, Swordsman, Axeman, Maceman Row 2: Spearman, Pikeman, Musketman, Rifleman, Grenadier Row 3: Anti-Tank, Infantry, SAM Infantry, Marine, Longbowman Row 4: Crossbowman, Chariot, UU, Knight, Cuirassier Row 5: Cavalry, War Elephant, Tank, Gunship, Cannon Row 6: Machine Gun, Artillery, Galley, Fighter, Bomber Row 7: Attack Submarine, Fighter, Bomber Credits: Spoiler : Scout, Warrior, War Elephant: Firaxis Swordsman, Spearman, Chariot: Coffee Junkie's Ethnic Mix More mod Axeman: ambrox62's Bronze Age Axemen Maceman, Pikeman, Longbowman, Crossbowman, Knight: Bakuel's Fatimid Units| Musketman, Rifleman, Grenadier, Cuirassier, Cavalry, Cannon: Bakuel's Berber Unit Packs Anti-Tank, SAM Infantry, Marine: Coffee Junkie's Middle Eastern Units(Note: The Marine was made by KrugerPritz, but is in this pack as well.) Infantry, Machine Gun: Bakuel's Algerian Tiraellieurs Tank, Fighter, Bomber, Artillery: From RTW in Gunship, Galley, Caravel, Frigate, Attack Submarine: Variatas Delactat Cross the Alps here. Comments, Criticisms, and Advice appreciated.