The Carthaginians, reduced to extreme necessity, were compelled to come to terms with Agathocles, and, leaving Sicily to him, had to be content with the possession of Africa.
Still, if the courage of Agathocles in entering into and extricating himself from dangers be considered, together with his greatness of mind in enduring and overcoming hardships, it cannot be seen why he should be esteemed less than the most notable captain.
And his destruction would have been as difficult as that of Agathocles if he had not allowed himself to be overreached by Cesare Borgia, who took him with the Orsini and Vitelli at Sinigalia, as was stated above.
Those who practise the first system are able, by aid of God or man, to mitigate in some degree their rule, as Agathocles did.
I have translated Diodorus' Books 16, 19 and 20 into Polish and I am strongly convinced that I was actually reading extensive parts of Hieronymus of Cardia's history; of an anonymous historian of Agathocles
He takes it in stages, from the death of Agathocles
to the arrival of Pyrrhus in 278; military events, political meanings, and ideological implications during the rule of Pyrrhus; and Greeks and natives of Sicily among Hellenistic kingship during the first Punic war.
NECTARIA XITA,  [dagger] IOANNIS GEORGIOU  [dagger] ANTHOULA CHATZIKYRIAKIDOU,  MARIA VOUNATSOU, [3,4] GERASIMOS-PETER PAPASSOTIRIOU,  1OANNIS PAPASSOTIRIOU,  * and AGATHOCLES
Written from prison in Massachusetts, this P&F has the obligatory word search, write-ups of the bands Solitary Neglect and Agathocles
, a great comic, some random stuff, and an interview with Rob of Lowcard 'fine.
Literary allusions include the "retreating sound of the tide across the shingle" (186), which refers to the loss of faith in Dover Beach; a quote from Piers Plowman, Life of Do-well (15) (Dowell's "signature"); and a mention of "seventy fountains" (183) taken from Agathocles
Virtu and the Example of Agathocles
in Machiavelli's Prince.
Martinez, "Benefit of Absence"; Ezio Raimondi, "The Politician and the Centaur"; John Freccero, "Medusa and the Madonna of Forli: Political Sexuality in Machiavelli"; Barbara Spackman, "Politics on the Warpath: Machiavelli's Art of War"; Victoria Kahn, "VirtU and the Example of Agathocles
in Machiavelli's Prince"; Albert Ascoli, "Machiavelli's Gift of Counsel"; Giuseppe Mazzotta, "Machiavelli and Vico"; Nancy S.
cannot be praised for his virtue due to the fact that he was very wicked; this does not mean that Machiavelli cannot recognize that virtue, nor does it prevent him from recommending Agathocles
as an example of "cruelty well used"; The Prince, 8.