Mago

(died 203 BC) Carthaginian general. He was the youngest son of Hamilcar Barca and brother of Hannibal. Mago took part in Hannibal's campaign in Italy 218-216 BC. Mago joined his elder brother Hasdrubal in...
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Mago

(from the article `North Africa`) ...Oea (Tripoli) became wealthy through trans-Saharan trade; Leptis Magna was the terminus of the shortest route across the Sahara linking the ...
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Mago

[agricultural writer] Mago was a Carthaginian writer, author of an agricultural manual in Punic which was a record of the farming knowledge of Carthage. The Punic text has been lost, but some fragments of Greek and Latin translations survive. Mago`s long work (it was divided into 28 books) was partly based on earlier Greek agricultural writ...
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Mago

[Barcid] Mago, son of Hamilcar Barca, also spelled Magon, Phoenician MGN, `God sent` (243 BC – 203 BC), was a member of the Barcid family, and played an important role in the Second Punic War, leading forces of Carthage against the Roman Republic in Hispania, Gallia Cisalpina and Italy. Mago was the third son of Hamilcar Barca, brother to...
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Mago

[fleet commander] Mago (Greek: Μάγων) was commander of the Carthaginian fleet under Himilco in the war against Dionysius I of Syracuse, 396 BCE. He is particularly mentioned as holding that post in the great sea-fight off Catania, when he totally defeated the fleet of the Syracusans under Leptines, the brother of Dionysius, sinking or ...
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Mago

[general] Mago (Greek: Μάγων) was commander of the Carthaginian fleet and army in Sicily in 344 BC. When Timoleon had made himself master of the citadel of Syracuse after the departure of Dionysius, Hicetas, finding himself unable to cope single-handed with this new and formidable rival, called in the assistance of Mago, who appeared b...
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Mago

[spider] Mago is a spider genus of the Salticidae family (jumping spiders), found only in South America. ...
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Mago

a leading Carthaginian general during the Second Punic War (218–201 ) against Rome. He was the youngest of the three sons of the Carthaginian ... [1 related articles]
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