4. Commander of the Carthaginian fleet and army sent to Sicily in B. C. 344, according to Diodorus (16.67
In all the subsequent operations of that expedition, Plutarch speaks of Mago as the Carthaginian commander (Timol.
17-20); but in one place (Ib.
19), he mentions Hanno as lying in wait with a squadron to intercept the Corinthian ships. Whether the same person is meant in both these cases, or that Hanno in Diodorus is merely a mistake for Mago, it seems impossible to decide.