Bomilcar - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Carthaginian general, who fought against Agathocles
Agathocles defeats a Carthaginian army under Hanno and Bomilcar.
Bomilcar is put to death after he fails to gain power in an armed upr
troops of Agathocles, Bomilcar, the Carthaginian genera
Agathocles, the Carthaginian general Hamilcar and his army would
- a Carthaginian admiral ine the Second Punic War
The Carthaginian admiral Bomilcar declines battle against the Roman
- an officer of Jugurtha, accused of treachery
Jugurtha discovers that Bomilcar is plotting against him.
- in documents
(330-310) envoys Synalos and Bomilcar to the prytaneion for
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