Cathage celebrates two really bad days on this anniversary. Firstly the Carthaginians under Hannibal lost the Battle of Zama on this day in BC 202, and then in AD 439 the Romans lost the city to the Vandals under Genseric.
Genseric, king of the Andals and the Alans, went on to sack Rome itself, from which we get the modern term “Vandal”. The Vandals pillaged the city but did not destroy it or set it on fire. They broke a lot of glass windows, painted walls with graffiti and left with a lot of electronics, TV’s and other valuable consumer goods. That last bit might be a lie.
From the tribe “Andals” we get Andalucía in southern Spain. We also get the term popping up in G.R.R. Martin’s Game of Thrones. Jorah Mormont is apparently an Andal.
Furthermore Game of Thrones has a city called Qarth. The original name of Carthage under the Phonecians was “The New City” or Qart-hadast.
Finally, just to clear up any confusion, the Hex key was not invented by the tribe of Alans. The clue is in the spelling. They are Allen Keys, not Alan keys.