Agatocle e la politica siracusana agli inizi del III secolo a.C.

Gabriele Marasco

Abstract


Having established Syracusan hegemony on Southern Italy and being in good terms with the most powerful Hellenistic rulers, Agathocles was well equipped to confront Carthage. His unexpected death prevented a war that would have upset the Western Mediterranean world.

Keywords


Greek history; Agathocles; Syracuse; Carthage

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14601/prometheus-19066



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