Naravas was a prince Numide, fine strategist and highly skilled rider. Unconditional admiror of Hamilcar Barca, the war of the mercenaries allowed him to carry out his intentions: to fight at the sides of its idol. In -239, it arrived at the head of 2000 riders in the camp of Hamilcar and allegiance declared to him. Its mobile and effective troops enabled him to push back the mercenaries of Mathô, Libyen chief, in the procession of the Saw where those were reduced to rendering. Following the Battle of Bagradas, it seized the town of Utique. At the conclusion of the war in -237, it accepted the hand of Salammbô, the girl of Hamilcar.
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