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Mytistraton or Mytistratus or Myttistraton (Greek: Μυτίστρατος, Steph. B., Diod.; Μουτίστρατος, Zonar.; τὸ Μυττίστρατον, Pol.), was an ancient town in the interior of Sicily, the site of which is located at modern the località of Monte Castellazzo di Marianopoli, in the comune of Marianopoli, in the Province of Caltanissetta.

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  • Mitistrato (di cui sono attestate tre forme: Μυτίστρατος, Stefano bizantino; Μουτίστρατος, Zonara; Μυττίστρατον, Polibio) è stata un'antica città della Sicilia, forse di origine greco-sicula, conosciuta soprattutto come una città, anche se piccola, molto ben fortificata. Proprio Filisto (apud Stefano bizantino) la definisce una "fortezza di Sicilia". Nel 258 a.C. fu conquistata, dopo una strenua resistenza di nove mesi, dai Romani che, se in un primo momento le diedero lo status di civitas censoria, durante l'età imperiale divenne stipendiaria (Plinio, Naturalis historia, III, 8).
  • Mytistraton or Mytistratus or Myttistraton (Greek: Μυτίστρατος, Steph. B., Diod.; Μουτίστρατος, Zonar.; τὸ Μυττίστρατον, Pol.), was an ancient town in the interior of Sicily, the site of which is located at modern the località of Monte Castellazzo di Marianopoli, in the comune of Marianopoli, in the Province of Caltanissetta.
  • Mitístrato (en griego, Μυττίστρατον) es el nombre de una antigua ciudad de Sicilia. Durante la primera guerra púnica entre romanos y cartagineses, en el año 258 a. C. las legiones romanas de Sicilia asediadaron y tomaron rápidamente Hipana y enseguida atacaron Misístrato, que finalmente tomaron aunque resistió por mucho tiempo debido a su situación en una zona de difícil acceso. Más tarde los romanos conquistaron también Camarina y Enna.
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  • Mitístrato (en griego, Μυττίστρατον) es el nombre de una antigua ciudad de Sicilia. Durante la primera guerra púnica entre romanos y cartagineses, en el año 258 a. C. las legiones romanas de Sicilia asediadaron y tomaron rápidamente Hipana y enseguida atacaron Misístrato, que finalmente tomaron aunque resistió por mucho tiempo debido a su situación en una zona de difícil acceso. Más tarde los romanos conquistaron también Camarina y Enna. Se han hallado monedas de bronce que se han atribuido a la ciudad de Mitístrato fechadas en el siglo iv a. C. La antigua ciudad se identifica con unos restos situados en el monte Castellazzo de Marianopoli.
  • Mitistrato (di cui sono attestate tre forme: Μυτίστρατος, Stefano bizantino; Μουτίστρατος, Zonara; Μυττίστρατον, Polibio) è stata un'antica città della Sicilia, forse di origine greco-sicula, conosciuta soprattutto come una città, anche se piccola, molto ben fortificata. Proprio Filisto (apud Stefano bizantino) la definisce una "fortezza di Sicilia". Nel 258 a.C. fu conquistata, dopo una strenua resistenza di nove mesi, dai Romani che, se in un primo momento le diedero lo status di civitas censoria, durante l'età imperiale divenne stipendiaria (Plinio, Naturalis historia, III, 8).
  • Mytistraton or Mytistratus or Myttistraton (Greek: Μυτίστρατος, Steph. B., Diod.; Μουτίστρατος, Zonar.; τὸ Μυττίστρατον, Pol.), was an ancient town in the interior of Sicily, the site of which is located at modern the località of Monte Castellazzo di Marianopoli, in the comune of Marianopoli, in the Province of Caltanissetta. It was probably but a small town, though strongly fortified, whence Philistus (ap. Steph. B. s. v.) called it a fortress of Sicily. It is conspicuously mentioned during the First Punic War, when it was in the hands of the Carthaginians, and was besieged by the Romans, but for some time without success, on account of the great strength of its position; it was at length taken by the consul Aulus Atilius Calatinus in 258 BCE. The inhabitants were either put to the sword or sold as slaves, and the town itself entirely destroyed. (Pol. i. 24; Diod. xxiii. 9, Exc. Hoesch. p. 503; Zonar. viii.) It was, however, again inhabited at a later period, as we find the Mutustratini mentioned by Pliny among the municipal towns of the interior of Sicily (Plin. iii. 8. s. 14) but no notice of its name occurs in the interval.
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