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[45] Ashamed of what he had planned to do, and taking up the war afresh, he destroyed countless hosts of the Carthaginians,1 strengthened his authority over his subjects, acquired far greater dominion than he had possessed before, ruled with absolute power until his death,2 and left his son in possession of the same honors and powers as he himself had enjoyed.

1 Dio. Sic. 14.72.6, says the shore was strewn with corpses.

2 Dionysius died in the spring of 367 B.C.

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