Utica and hippo-zarytus alone had not betrayed them; but Hamilcar was encompassing these two towns.
That very morning he had left hippo-zarytus with his soldiers to march upon Carthage.
They were marching upon hippo-zarytus, resolved to take it, for they had need of a town.
However, he permitted the judges of hippo-zarytus to admit three hundred soldiers.
He would hasten to hippo-zarytus or to the works on the mountains, would come back again, would never rest.
The lake of hippo-zarytus shone at the end of a long meadow beneath the setting sun.
Two hours afterwards a man who came from the direction of hippo-zarytus climbed the mountain at a run.
The Barbarians posted at hippo-zarytus perceived his army as it descended the mountain.