Situated just to the east of Palermo, near Bagheria, Kfra, as Solunto was originally known, was, along with Mothya, Erice and Panormus (now Palermo), built by the Phoenicians in about 700 BC.
Dionysus the Elder, Tyrant of Siracusa, destroyed Solunto in 397 BC before returning a year later to completely rebuild it. The Greeks were eventually usurped by the Romans in ...
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