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Although he rose in rank, his criticism of government policies kept him away from active service; he retired from the army in 1783 and became a member of Parliament for Clackmannan. 3 He returned to service in 1793, commanding a brigade against revolutionary France. During the retreat from Flanders in the winter of 1794–1795, Abercromby commanded the rear column, securing the army’s retreat from a disastrous campaign. In recognition of his skills he was knighted and given command of an expedition to the West Indies, successfully taking Grenada, St.
In Thermae Himerenses (present Términi Imerese) on the east bank of the mouth of the Himera (present San Leonardo) River on the north coast of Sicily. About 343 he moved to Syracuse (present Siracusa), the major seaport on the east coast of Sicily, joined the army, and rose through the ranks. Frustrated by local politics, greedy for power, and seeking to subdue and unify the rival Sicilian towns, he tried three times after 323 to overthrow the government, was banished the first two times, but finally led a successful coup d’état in 317.
He quickly consolidated his authority, reigned as Tyrant of Syracuse from 316 to 304, and as king thereafter until his death, probably from cancer, in 289. Agincourt, Battle of Under Agathocles, Syracuse conquered most of northern and western Sicily. Worried about this growth of Syracusan military domination, Carthage, the main power in North Africa, launched a preemptive invasion of Sicily in 311. Carthaginian general Hamilcar Grisgo defeated the Sicilians at Himera, just across the river from Agathocles’ birthplace, and besieged Syracuse.