Enna - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in the centre of the island of Sicily
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+ Ennaeans , Henna
Enna calls in a Carthaginian garrison to protect it against Phintias.
milcar captures Camarina and Enna, and transfers the inhabitants
The Romans capture Enna, along with Camicus, Herbessus and Sittana.
der of the Roman garrison at Henna, orders a massacre of the inhabita
starts a slave revolt, following the murder of Damophilus at Enna.
send a religious embassy to Enna, after consulting the Sibylline boo
Rupilius captures Enna: end of the slave wars.
arcus, took this as booty from Henna. CIL_1 .609 Latin
hots found at Castro Giovanni (Henna) in Sicily. 133
slave of Antigenes of Enna, and he was a magician and
red men out of the garrison at Enna. This Titinius fought
Pinarius. The Ennaeans, who had decided to renounce
2.7) & The location of Enna in Sicily, halfway between
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