Hanno II of Carthage
Hanno the Navigator (also known as Hanno II of Carthage) was a Carthaginian explorer c. 500 BC, best known for his naval exploration of the African coast. As Hanno II, he held the throne as nominal king of Carthage from 480 until 440 BC — although by his reign, it was already in the process of starting to become more of a republic in practical terms. The lunar crater Hanno is named after him.

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Hanno the Navigator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
As Warmington states, Carthage dispatched Hanno at the head of a fleet of sixty ships to explore and colonize the northwestern coast of Africa ...
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Hanno the Great - Wikipedia, the free…
Hanno I the Great . Hanno the Great was a politician and military leader of the 4th century BC. His title, according to Justin was princeps Cathaginiensium.
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Hanno of Carthage - Ancient / Classical History - About.com
Hanno of Carthage. Hanno Travels Down the West Coast of Africa. By N.S. Gill. Map of Ancient Africa. Clipart.com. More Images (2). See More About.
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Hanno (Carthaginian explorer) -- Encyclopedia Britannica
Carthaginian who conducted a voyage of exploration and colonization to the west coast of Africa sometime during the 5th century. Setting sail with 60 vessels  ...
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The Voyage of Hanno - Metrum.org
“The Voyage of Hanno, King of the Carthaginians, to the Libyan regions of the ... 2 If this were true Hanno would have composed a useless document, which ...
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A Carthaginian exploration of the West African Coast
It was decreed by the Carthaginians, that Hanno should undertake a voyage ... When we had passed the Pillars[2] on our voyage, and had sailed beyond them ...
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Hanno, King of Carthage, and his Periplus of West Africa - YouTube
The Periplus of Hanno, King of the Carthaginians, Preface by Prof. .... the author adds an entire part of Historical Context; this part contains two chapter. The first ...
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The Voyage of Hanno of Carthage
Carthaginian Exploration: The Voyages of Hanno and Himilco ... At the moment, there are only two copies, dating back to the ninth and the fourteenth centuries.
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Ancient Seafaring, Megaliths, Egypt, Phoenicia, Carthage and the ...
Nov 29, 2012 ... Carthaginians (e.g. Hanno the Navigator and Himilco the Explorer): ... Then, having got in their grain, they put to sea again, and after two full ...
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Pedigree: Hanno II `the Great' (Dictator) of CARTHAGE
The PEDIGREE of. Hanno II `the Great' (Dictator) of CARTHAGE. Born: ? Died: aft . 360 BC. Poss. HM George I's 55-Great Grandfather. Poss. HRE Ferdinand I's ...
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Hanno the Navigator - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Hanno the Navigator (also known as Hanno II of Carthage) was a Carthaginian explorer c. ... As Hanno II, he held the throne as nominal king of Carthage from 480 until 440 BC — although by his reign, it was .... Cambridge University Press. p.
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The Greeks contested with Carthage for Sicily, for instance, and the Romans fought ..... Hanno "Magnus", along with his son and grandson, held the kingship for ...... Collins, Roger (2000), "Vandal Africa, 429–533", XIV, Cambridge University ...
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[edit]. Hanno the Great was a wealthy Carthaginian aristocrat in the 3rd century BC. Hanno's wealth was based on the land he ...
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The Magonids were a political dynasty of Ancient Carthage from 550 BCE to 340 BCE. ... After Hamilcar's death, the dynasty continued with Hamilcar's son Hanno II 'the Navigator' up to 440 BCE, under whom .... Cambridge University Press, p.
The Voyage of Hanno of Carthage
Carthaginian Exploration: The Voyages of Hanno and Himilco ... At the moment, there are only two copies, dating back to the ninth and the fourteenth ... as the Palatinus Graecus 398 and can be studied in the University Library of Heidelberg .
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Until 308 BC, Carthage was ruled, at least officially, by Monarchs. Find below a list ... Hanno II 480-440 BC ... Oxford University Press, USA (29 July 2008). Price:.
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Nov 29, 2012 ... Carthaginians (e.g. Hanno the Navigator and Himilco the Explorer): ... Then, having got in their grain, they put to sea again, and after two full years .... Wilson, Department of Geology and Geophysics, University of Calgary, ...
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Ire llj rr-i Cornell University Library The original of this book is in the Cornell University ... It pleased the Carthaginians that Hanno should voy- age outside the Pillars of ... 2. After passing through the Pillars we went on and sailed for two days' ...
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Hanno - Livius
In the first half of the sixth century BCE, the Carthaginian admiral Hanno made a ... before those of the Portuguese, which were written two thousand years later. ... as the Palatinus Graecus 398 and can be studied in the University Library of ...
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482 f. Hannibal, son of Gisgo, ii. 171, 176 Hannibal Monomachus, ii. 244 Hanno [Carthaginian general, 490], ii. 169 Hanno [Carthaginian general, 492], ii. 170 Hanno [Carthaginian general, 540], i. 333, 335 Hanno [Carthaginian general, 542], ...
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The Story of Carthage
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Cela, taken by Ilimilco (l), 43; besieged by Hamilcar, 76 Gelon, of Syracuse, defeats IJamil- car (2), 26, 27 disco, 166-175 ... his death and character, 270, 271 Hanno (I), SurTete of Carthage, killed in battle, 82 Hanno (2), the navigator, 95- 100 ...
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Gela, taken by Himilco (i), 43; besieged by Hamilcar, 76 Gelon, of Syracuse, defeats Hamilcar (2), 26, 27 Cisco, 166-175 ... of Bithynia, 269, 270 ; his death and character, 270, 271 Hanno (i), Suffete of Carthage, killed in battle, 82 Hanno (2), ...
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Extraordinary Carthaginian Vagabond - Hanno the Navigator | Vagobond
Can Hanno the Navigator even be classified as a vagabond? To my mind, the answer is yes - in that a vagabond is anyone who sets out on a voyage of discovery where the unknown is the biggest thing that is known.
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Ancient World Blog: Ancient Seafaring, Megaliths, Egypt, Phoenicia, Carthage and the Periplus of Hanno
Ancient seafaring has historically been neglected by mainstream archaeology in spite of numerous historical accounts relating to the Pharaohs and Phoenicians (e. g.
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RPMNF Expeditions by Dr. Jeffrey Royal: In the Wake of Hanno
In 241 BCE, the Carthaginian leadership charged General Hanno with the task of readying a fleet of warships, filling them with supplies, and sailing to Sicily. His fellow general Hamilcar Barca was pinned down atop Mt.
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Clicks of a mouse: Battle Report: Ecnomus 256 BC
 The Roman consuls lead the first two squadrons against the Carthaginian centre. They are drawn towards Hamilcar like moths to a flame, and the rear of their line is caught by the Carthaginian left wing squadron as it advances towards the Roman rear.
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Hanno the Navigator - Unsolved Mysteries In The World
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This Day in Alternate History: December 19, 216 BC – Hannibal Captures Rome
The Second Puno-Roman War had raged for two years, and Rome became desperate after a string of catastrophic defeats at the hand of Hannibal, son of Hamilcar Barca. Hamilcar had served as the great Carthaginian commander in the First Punic War and went into exile in Iberia after angrily killing Hanno II, leader of the peace-mongers of Carthage, who had demobilized the Carthaginian navy and allowed the Romans to rebuild their own fleet.
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Hanno the Navigator’s Voyage | Annoyz View
Hanno was a navigator and a citizen of Carthage. Though there is nothing much known about the dates of his birth and death, he is known to have flourished in the sixth century BC. He famously took sixty galleys filled with settlers on a voyage to the west coast of Africa and set up a…
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“6,000 years of Peaceful Contribution to Mankind” by late Charles Corm | Adonis Diaries
"6,000 years of Peaceful Contribution to Mankind" by late Charles Corm In 1934, the US Jesuit priests Ewing and Doberty discovered the Jeita Grotto in Lebanon. And 20 meters deep in the rubble, they found a skeleton of a 10 year-old that they christened Egbert. The features of the skeleton, of 50,000 years ago, had…
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Roman Times: Review: Pride of Carthage by David Anthony Durham
I began reading a hard copy of David Anthony Durham's "Pride of Carthage" several years ago and never seemed to get around to finishing it until an audio version was recently released on Audible. com.
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Hannibal of Carthage - Historum - History Forums
“Of all that befell the Romans… the cause was one man and one mind. Hannibal” -Polybius Hannibal grew up within sight of the sea on mount Eryx. He did
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