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Encyclopedia > 316 BC

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Antiquity - Texts: Greeks and Carthaginians in Sicily before the First Punic War (0 words)
From 408-407 BC onwards, the Greek irregular leader Hermocrates for the first time promoted the idea of the common struggle of all Greeks against their hereditary enemy, Carthage, and carried on a kind of guerrilla war against the Carthaginians.
In the peace of 339 BC, the "status quo ante bellum" was restored, and the river Halycus was confirmed as the Greek-Carthaginian border.
In 310 BC, a large force of Carthaginian troops landed in Sicily, and Agathocles was forced on to the defensive.
Ancient Districts of Asia Minor and Anatolia (3048 words)
In the 7th and 6th centuries BC the cities of Ionia were involved in a series of wars with the kings of Lydia, to whom Ionia yielded a nominal submission.
Early in the 1st millennium BC it is believed to have comprised the greater part of the Anatolian Peninsula, but at the time of the Persian invasion in the 6th century BC it was limited to the districts known as Lesser Phrygia and Greater Phrygia.
On his overthrow in 66 BC by the Roman general Pompey the Great, the kingdom was divided, the western portion being joined to the province of Bithynia in a Roman province known as Pontus and Bithynia and the eastern region being assigned to native princes.
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