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Gulussa: Numidian prince and king (ruling after 148 BCE), son of Massinissa, brother of Micipsa and Mastanabal.
This page was created on 1 February 2020.
Micipsa (Numidian Mikiwsan; Greek: Μικίψας): king of the Numidians (r.148-118 BCE), son of Massinissa, brother of Gulussa and Mastanabal, ally of the Romans.
This page was created on 8 January 2020.
Sitifis (Greek: Σίτιφα): Roman city in the province of Mauretania Caesariensis, modern Sétif in Algeria.
This page was created on 16 December 2019.
Carthage (Phoenician Kart hadašt, "new city"): important ancient city, close to modern Tunis.
This page was created on 15 December 2019.
Numidia: ancient country to the west of the territories of Carthage, more or less modern Algeria. There were two main units, named after the Massylians and the Masaeisylians, which returned as the Roman provinces Numidia and Mauritania.
This page was created on 15 October 2019.
Seriation: a method of relative dating, in which artifacts are chronologically arranged.
This page was created on 11 October 2019.
Herodas (Greek: Ἡρώδας): Hellenistic poet, author of several mimes, short poems containing a farce.
This page was created on 30 September 2019.
Aqedah: name of the Biblical story about the binding of Isaac.
This page was created on 10 June 2019.
Byllis (Greek: Βύλλις or Βουλλίς): Illyrian city, Greek town.
This page was created on 2 June 2019.