Meanwhile, in Ifriqiya, the people, who still thought of themselves as Romans, declared independence in 302 AD. The rebellion was supported by Rome. However, it ultimately failed, with a mass exodus to the Roman Republic in 303-310 AD. This opened up Ifriqiya to Punic settlement.
Alexandrian Invasion of Tartessos
Tartessos was a nation that was on the Alexandrian Peninsula beyond the Pillars of Hercules. However, it fell to Punic invasion long ago. Alexandria, wanting to gain more land, invaded Tartessos in 315 CE. Carthage, long ignorant to the semi-civilized lands to their north ever since Alexander's death, quickly lost Tartessos and by 324 CE, all of the peninsula except for the Pillars of Hercules fell to Alexandria. This invasion made Carthage realize that they must look for and neutralize any semi-civilized nation.
Fall of New Carthage
However, the settlement of New Carthage was beginning to notice a power growing. The power, known as the Ghana Empire, looked at the foreign city of New Carthage. Punic technology civilized the Ghana Empire. However, when Carthage was attempting to neutralize the empire, disease killed almost all of the Punic legion and when they were in a battle with Ghana, almost all of them died. Ghanaian troops took New Carthage in 340 CE, while the Punic settlers moved further south, not contacting Carthage until the 1600s.
The Sassanians were expanding into Anatolia. The Ionians considered Anatolia to be a part of Ionia. When Ionian and Sassanian legions met, the two declared war on each other in 345 CE.
The war was rapidly won by the Ionians and, by 365 CE, all of Anatolia was under Ionian control.
The war proved to the Sassanians that the Greek part of the world should not be touched and that they should look at other places to influence and conquer.
The Franks were a barbarian group who were harassing the Romans for many decades. However, a Frankish kingdom was recognized by Rome in 357.
The Huns, coming from lands beyond Eastern Europe, invaded Greek lands and established the Hun Khanate in 370 CE. Greece was now reduced to a vassal of the Hun Khanate. The Huns, realizing that they would fall and collapse if they do not nation-build, decided to establish a unified Hun culture. Their kings settled down and slowly began to lose power, until Attila the Great's rule.
The Goths were a Germanic people that had long harassed the Romans. However, their harassing grew in intensity in the 380s. Vast parts of Germania were lost to the Goths.
Barbarian groups known as the Vandals invaded Keltia in the 390s. However, the Vandals, being land invaders, did not invade Albion, where the Keltian government retreated to.