Morgantina - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in eastern Sicily
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Agathocles captures Leontini with an army from Morgantina.
Gorgus of Morgantina and his father are killed by runaway slaves.
and so ended his days at Morgantina by a death worthy of
 & Gorgus of Morgantina, surnamed Cambalus, was one
her raids, they attacked Morgantina, a strong and well-for
kewise, who had besieged Morgantina, after harassing all
ile. [22.2] By the Murgantines, with whom he took refuge
the Magellini, the Murgentini, the Mutycenses, the
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