Himilco   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Himilco   - Carthaginian commander in Sicily, 406-396 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Oros_4.6   10 Later the Carthaginian king Himelcho, while waging war in Sicily,
Polyaen_5.2.6   struck. When Himilco blocked up the harbour of Motye
Polyaen_5.10.1   at naval manoeuvres. [10] Himilco. Himilco the Cartha
Polyaen_5.10.2   nus, Str.2.5.12] When Himilco weighed anchor by night

  Himilco 2   - Carthaginian commander at Lilybaeum in the First Punic War
250/14 The Carthaginian commander Himilco foils a plot to betray Lilybaeum.

  Himilco   - in documents
CIL_1.2225 ollows. CIL_1 .2225 Himilco. A marble pede

Himilcosee Hamilcar7

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