Earliest record: -814
Last record: -25

Language family: Semitic

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-814-146Located in
-800-700Settled in [1]
-600-500Conquered [2]
-600-236Located in
-573-241Located in
-573-238Located in
-573-25Located in
-500Settled in
-500-400Conquered [3]
-500-238Located in
-409Attacked [3]
-405Conquered [3]
-405Attacked [3]
-236-206Located in
-218-201Attacked [4]

Location Info

  1. Utica, also other cities in N. Africa: Hippo Diarrhytos (Bizerte), Hippo Regius (nr Annaba or Bone, Algeria), Hadrumetum (Susa, Sousse), Carthage (not just cities; country as drawn in Putzger, p. 22.)
  2. Malta
  3. Mod. Andalusia up to Cape of Nao at maximal extents. (Equivalent to (228-2).)
  4. {S & E Iberia, Ancient Tartessus (area of Lower Guadalquivir R).} *{228-2}*
  5. {NW Sicily e.g. Motye (Motya, San Pantaleo), Soloeis (Solunto), Panormos (Palermo).} *{25-5}*
  6. {Sardinia: Sulcis, Caralis Nora, Tharros.} *{225-5}*
  7. {Lixus (Larache in Spanish Morocco) (see p. 22 in Putzger)} *{900-938}*
  8. Coastal Corsica
  9. NW Sicily (see map ref 372)
  10. {Coastal Corsica} *{900-930}*
  11. Himera, NC Sicily
  12. Acragas, SC Sicily
  13. Gela, SE Sicily
  14. E Spain (see Putzger p. 22 pale blue area)
  15. {S & E Iberia, Ancient Tartessus (area of Lower Guadalquivir R).} + {E Spain (see Putzger p. 22 pale blue area)} *{228-2} + {900-931}*
  16. I


  1. Daniel, Glyn and J.D. Evans. 1967. The Western Mediterranean. pp. 1-72. In Edwards, I.E.S., C.J. Gadd, and N.G.L. Hammond (eds.). The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume 2, Chapter 37. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  2. Ubieto Arteta, A., J. Regla' Campistol, and J.M. Jover Zamora. 1963. Introduccion a la Historia de Espana. Editorial Teide S.A., Barcelona. 798 pp.
  3. Sicily and South Italy in the Fifth Century B.C. 1974. pp. 31. In Grant, Michael. Ancient History Atlas, revised edition. Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London.
  4. Gustin, Mitja (ed.). 1984. Die Kelten und ihre Zeitgenossen auf dem Gebiet Jugoslawiens. [Serbo-Croat with Germany summary] Catalogue of an exhibition. National Museum, Ljublijana, Yugoslavia. 131 pp.