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Hanno

[ han-oh ]

noun

  1. Carthaginian statesman, fl. 3rd century b.c.


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But just as Hanno was rising to look around him for the invisible evildoer, the loud shouts of many voices startled him.

Hanno, on the contrary, seemed to consider the scene scarcely worth looking at.

Hanno had again influence enough to procure the command, which he was compelled before by the 169 army to give up to Hamilcar.

The enmity of Hanno did not expire with Hamilcar, who fell gloriously in the service of his country, in Spain some years after.

The decision of the army was,215 that Hamilcar should take the supreme command, and that Hanno should depart the camp.

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