Autarite (?) - (- 238)
Gallic mercenary chief. There fought at the time of the First Punic War the Romans in front of Agrigente and remained faithful to Carthage at the time when its compatriots passed in mass to the Romans. Of return in Africa, it was one of the chiefs of the revolt of the mercenaries in -241 and pushed its men with greatest brutality because of its talent of speaker and its concepts of phenician. He is the person in charge of the massacre of Giscon, giving the departure of the atrocities of this war. Blocked by Hamilcar Barca in the procession of the Axe with Spendios, it went then to the Carthaginians which reflect it in cross vis-a-vis the walls of Tunis, held by the mercenaries of Mathô into -238.
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