Adherbal   - in ancient sources @

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  Adherbal   - Carthaginian commander, who defeated the Roman fleet in 249 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
249/10 The Carthaginian admiral Adherbal defeats the Roman fleet under P.Cla

  Adherbal 3   - son of Micipsa, killed by Jugurtha in 112 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
118/10 who is succeeded by his three sons, Adherbal Hiempsal and Jugurtha.
117/4 Jugurtha defeats Adherbal.
116/2 Adherbal complains to the senate about Jugurtha's aggression; Jugurth
113/9 Jugurtha captures Adherbal's camp, and the Romans send an embassy to
112/4 Jugurtha besieges Cirta, and Adherbal sends a letter to the Roman sen
112/6 Jugurtha captures Cirta, and kills Adherbal.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.31   them. His brother Adherbal after fleeing to Cirta, where
Diod_34.35   above them all he loved Adherbal his eldest, and Hiempsal
Festus:Brev_4   because of the murder of Adherbal and Hiempsal, sons of
Oros_5.15   heirs and then after defeating Adherbal, the other heir, drove him
Schol:Bob_92   ided into three, between Adherbal, Hiempsal and Jugurtha;

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