Which cities were completely destroyed by the Romans?

The Romans throughout the history of their existence as a dominant empire over their neighbors founded and destroyed many cities. However, some of them were special. So in 146 Carthage was destroyed and burned, they walked over it with a plow and sprinkled it with salt so that no one would dare to live in this territory. In 70 AD, the siege of Jerusalem took place, which lasted almost five months. After the capture of the city, it was almost completely destroyed and burned. The Second Temple of Jerusalem suffered especially, from which only one wall remained. Many of the rebels were killed, the rest were driven into slavery.

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