Micipsa   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Micipsa   - king of Numidia, 148-118 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
123/20 Micipsa allegedly becomes senile and incompetent to rule.
121/20 Micipsa adopts Jugurtha.
118/9 Micipsa enlarges the city of Cirta, and places Greek settlers there.
118/10 The death of king Micipsa, who is succeeded by his three sons, Adherb
118/11 conference between the sons of Micipsa to split up his kingdom.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.35   beasts. [35] & Micipsa, son of Masinissa king of Numid
Festus:Brev_4   Hiempsal, sons of King Micipsa; and after he had been
Oros_5.11   it. In Numidia, where King Micipsa was ruling at that time,
Oros_5.15   son of the Numidian king Micipsa, was made co-heir with the
Schol:Bob_92   that, after the death of Micipsa king of Numidia, his king

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