Books

Archeologica Travel selected the following books for you:

– PATTON, MONTGOMERY, ROMEL .Masters of war by: Terry Brighton, Three Rivers Press- New York.

– MEDITERRANEAN   WINTERS The pleasures of History and Landscape in Tunisia, Sicily, Dalmatia and the Peloponnese. by: Robert D. Kaplan. Vintage Departures – Vintage Books, A division of Random House, Inc  New York.

SCIPIO  by: ROSS  LECKIE  An Abacus Book.

– CARTHAGE. By: ROSS LECKIE. An  Abacus Book. There is another edition with the same title by: canon gate.

– HANNIBAL. By: ROSS LECKIE.  An  Abacus Book.

– THE FALL OF CARTHAGE. by: ADRIAN GOLDSWORTHY.  A phoenix paperback.

– Tunisia Pocket Guide . by: Berlitz Pocket Guides (2009).

– A Journey Through a Country That Works.  by Georgie Anne Geyer (2012).

– Tunisia: Stability and Reform in the Modern Maghreb. by Christopher Alexander (2010).

– Political Transition in Tunisia  by Alexis Arieff (2011) Kindle eBook.

– Sidi Bou Sa’id, Tunisia: Structure and Form of a Mediterranean Village by Besim S. Hakim (2009).

– Tunisia (Cultures of the World) by Roslind Varghese Brown and Michael Spilling (2008).

– Tunisia (Countries Around the World) by Marta Segal Block (2012).

– Tunisia: Mediterranean Cuisine by H. F. Ullmann (2008).

– A Night in Tunisia: Imaginings of Africa in Jazz  by Norman Weinstein (2004).

Travel guide books:

– DK Eyewitness Travel Guide: Tunisia by DK Publishing and Mike Gerrard (2011).

– Tunis, Tunisia: A Concise Travel Guide by Jason Hale (2011) Kindle eBook.

– Berlitz: Tunisia Pocket Guide  by Berlitz Pocket Guides (2009).

– Tunisia—Culture Smart: the Essential Guide to Customs & Culture by Gerald Zarr (2009).

– Tunisia Travel Pack, 5th Edition (Globetrotter Travel Packs) by Ann Jousiffe (2010).

– New York Times Travel Guide: Nine travel articles about Tunisia:

Books  and Novels:

*A Boy Named Germanicus
by Ralph D. Paxson
Publisher: Publish America (June 1, 2003)
*Fire and Bronze : A Novel of Carthage 
by Robert Raymond : iBooks, Inc (October 10, 2005) Language: English ISBN: 1596871202
*Phoenicians
  by Sanford Holst ;

*Negotiate Like a Phoenician 
by Dr. Habib Chamoun, in collaboration with Randy Doyle Hazlett, Phd.

*The Phoenician Solar Theology
by Dr. Joseph Azize, Ancient History & Coordinator, Litigation and Evidence Courses, Faculty of Law, UTS.

Publisher: Gorgias Press, (2005) Language: English ISBN: 1593332106.

*Phoenician Myths
A rhapsody, translated from the Phoenician by Željko Prodanovic

The Social History of Achaemenid Phoenicia, Being a Phoenician, Negotiating Empires 

By Vadim S. Jigoulov.

Phoenician Secrets By: Sanford Holst.

The Carthaginians Were Here: Evidence for an Early Crossing of the Atlantic. Volume I. Publisher: Meanma Press, 1999, Language: Phoenician, ISBN 0-9651136-4-7 (Volume I).

The Carthaginians Were Here: Evidence for an Early Crossing of the Atlantic. Volume II. Publisher: Meanma Press, 1999, Language: Phoenician, ISBN 0-9651136-5-5 (Volume II).

The Carthaginians Were Here: Evidence for an Early Crossing of the Atlantic. Volumes I and II. Publisher: Meanma Press, 1999, Language: Phoenician, ISBN 0-9651136-6-3 (2 Volume Set).

Phoenician Coins and Their CountermarksPublisher: Meanma Press, 2000, Language: Phoenician, ISBN 0-9651136-7-1.
Sympathy for the Slide Rule: Slide Rules in Scientific Innovation and Technology Education. Technology Quest Series Number 1. 
Publisher: Meanma Press, 2000, Language: Phoenician, ISBN 0-9651136-9-8.

Rare Exonumia of the Late Twentieth Century. 
Publisher: Meanma Press, 2000, Language: Phoenician, ISBN 1-893882-00-4.

Phoenicians, Fakes and Barry Fell: Solving the Mystery of Carthaginian Coins Found in America. Publisher: Meanma Press, 2000, Language: Phoenician, ISBN 1-893882-01-2.