Hiero also helped to Carthage in the difficult moments of the siege. His help was dictated by political considerations totally real: he did not want the full attenuation of Carthage, since it too would strengthen Rome and would jeopardize the independence of Syracuse. However, the friendly attitude of Rome began to change towards the end of the uprising, when it was already clear that Carthage win. In 238, the Sardinian rebels, which severely oppress the natives, the second appealed to Rome with the former proposal. At this time, the Senate agreed, and began to prepare an expedition to occupy the island. Carthage government protested and, in turn, is beginning to equip the fleet. The Romans took advantage of this to declare war on Carthage. But the exhausted Carthaginians vestinovuyu war, of course, could not. They gave up Sardinia to Rome and paid 1.2 thousand. Talents further indemnity.
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