Masinissa



[mas-uh-nis-uh] /ˌmæs əˈnɪs ə/

noun
1.
238–149 b.c, king of Numidia c210–149.
/ˌmæsɪˈnɪsə/
noun
1.
?238–?149 bc, king of Numidia (?210–149), who fought as an ally of Rome against Carthage in the Second Punic War

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