Hiempsal   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Hiempsal   I - son of Micipsa; killed in 117 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
118/10 who is succeeded by his three sons, Adherbal Hiempsal and Jugurtha.
117/2 Hiempsal is murdered by the soldiers of Jugurtha.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.35 loved Adherbal his eldest, and Hiempsal and Micipsa. Micip
Festus:Brev.4 murder of Adherbal and Hiempsal, sons of King Micipsa;
Schol:Bob_92 three, between Adherbal, Hiempsal and Jugurtha; but Jugurt

  Hiempsal 2   II - king of Numidia, early 1st century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
81/11 Pompeius invades Numidia and established Hiempsal as king.
75/34 Cotta formally confirms Hiempsal's right to some disputed territory.


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