Carthalo   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Carthalo   - a Carthaginian admiral in the first Punic War
254/10 The Carthaginian general Carthalo captures Acragas.
249/11 The Carthaginian admiral Carthalo attacks the Roman fleet at Lilybaeu
249/12 uaestors decline battle with Carthalo, and save the ships under their
249/18 Carthalo recaptures Aigithallus.
248/2 Carthalo sails from Sicily to raid Southern Italy.

  Carthalo 2   - commander of the cavalry in Hannibal's army
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210/25 Carthalo comes to Rome to discuss an exchange of prisoners, but he


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