The result was a hundred years of war between the Greeks and the Carthaginians and at different times, the destruction and annihilation of both powers seemed plausible.
Gilman, Carthage in Story of the Nations series 1886.
King Japon was very impressed by Elissar's great mathematical talents and asked her to marry him.
The limits were eventually fixed and marked by a monument known as the Altar of Philenae.
Babelon, Carthage Paris, 1896 ;• Archaeological evidence of the early settlements have been found.
According to Justin, Princess Elissar was the daughter of King Matten or Muttoial of Tyre Belus II of classical literature.