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re: the chronicles of Greek historian Hecatus of Miletus: "Il parle de Trink, de Melissa, de Ting et de Tamuda..." these being Carthaginian/Punic colonies in North Africa. Particularly for Trink and Ting - would anyone know the spellings of these that are common in English literature? My own web searches have not been fruitful. Thank you!