Phintias   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Phintias   - tyrant of Acragas, 3rd century B.C.
281/17 Phintias moves the inhabitants of Gela to a new city called Phintias,
280/18 Hicetas of Syracuse defeats Phintias of Acragas.
278/6 nna calls in a Carthaginian garrison to protect it against Phintias.
278/9 The death of the tyrant Phintias.

  Phintias 2   - a city on the south coast of Sicily
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281/17 Gela to a new city called Phintias, but his cruelty causes his sub


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