Messana - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the north-east coast of Sicily
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Agathocles attacks Messene.
agrees peace terms with the cities of Acragas, Gela, and Messene.
Agathocles captures Messene (? and Tauromenium).
agree to leave Syracuse, but afterwards seize the city of Messana.
Carthaginian garrison occupies Messana.
meeting of the senate decides to send aid to Messana.
The Carthaginian garrison is forced to withdraw from Messana.
The Carthaginians and Syracusans combine to besiege Messana.
in recognition of the help he gave to the inhabitants of Messana.
picks up the survivors of the previous year's shipwreck at Messene.
Athenion attacks Messana.
in a storm, after he is defeated by Sextus Pompeius near Messana.
cups. For Dicaearchus of Messenē,  the pupil of
onquered Calabria and captured Messana. 127th OLYMPIAD [=2
Marcus Valerius Maximus near Messana in Sicily, 262 B.C.
and its nearest city is Messana; the second, called Pachynum, on
time the Mamertines controlled Messana, a celebrated city in
slaves from the city of Messana, which kept its slaves peaceful
took the town of Mamertium and killed eight thousand
Pompeius then took refuge in Messana.
he had twenty legions, plundered Messana, which had been turned over
was able to gain control of Messene. 19 When his trea
es. Megacles of Messene in Sicily opposed Agathocles,
nians sailed by night to Messene, and anchored not far fro
consul, who was going to Messana to consult the auspices
- a goddess worshipped at Messene
(180-170) ple of the goddess Messana on a pediment next to
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