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After this, he concluded his war with Hicetas and put him to death,1 and then attacked the Campanians in Aetna and wiped them out.2 Likewise he overbore Nicodemus, tyrant of Centuripae, and ousted him from that city; and putting an end to the tyranny of Apolloniades in Agyrium3 he gave Syracusan citizenship to its freed inhabitants. In a word, all of the tyrants throughout the island were uprooted and the cities were set free and taken into his alliance.

1 Plut. Timoleon 31.2-32.1. Since Timoleon had just accepted the aid of Hicetas against the Carthaginians (chap. 77.5), this change of policy suggests some duplicity on his part (Westlake, Timoleon and his Relations with Tyrants, 15 f).

2 This is not mentioned by Plutarch.

3 This was Diodorus's own native city.

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