Himera   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Himera   - a city on the north coast of Sicily
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258/6 The Romans capture Myttistratum and Himera.
252/6 Cotta captures Himera.
81/5 rder in Sicily; he is persuaded by Sthenis not to punish (?) Himera.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_201 [516 B.C.] - Ischyrus of Himera, stadion race 67th [512
Euseb]:Chron_203 [448 B.C.] - Crisson of Himera, stadion race 84th [444
Just_4.3 veteran soldiers from Himera, who were invited by one
Plut:Mor_175 ome the Carthaginians at Himera, made peace with them, and
Polyaen_05.2.10 nysius wished to capture Himera, he entered into an allian
Syll_677 (146)   d been seized] from Himera, and restored them [to t

  Himera 2   - a river in Sicily
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311/18 Carthaginians under Hamilcar defeat Agathocles by the river Himera.
211/22 Carthaginians by the river Himera; the completion of the Roman reco


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