TURRIS CAESARIS, a place in Numidia, whence there was a road through Sigus to Cirta. (Itin. Ant.
p. 34.) Usually identified with Twill,
but by Lapie with Djebel Guerionu.
TURRIS HANNIBALIS, a strong fortress in the territory of Carthage, where Hannibal took ship when flying to king Antiochus. (Liv. 33.48
.) Justin calls it the Rus urbanum Hannibalis (31.2).
It seems to have been situated between Acholla and Thapsus, at the spot where the Tab. Peut.
TURRIS TAMALLENI, in Africa Proper, on the road from Tacape to Leptis Magna. (Itin. Ant.
pp 73, 74.) Now Telemin.
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