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Military architecture includes city walls (Toscanos in Spain, Motye in Sicily, Monte Sirai, Tharros, and Monte Luna in Sardinia for the earlier period; Lilybaeum in Sicily, Kerkouane in Tunisia for the later period).
He supplies not only useful maps but also new, incisive observations on Ecnomus, Lilybaeum, and Drepana.
292) (he was the first of several to carry the surname Pulcher, "handsome"); elected consul (249), he was sent to Sicily to prosecute the war with the Carthaginians there; desiring to strengthen the Roman blockade of the Carthaginian stronghold at Lilybaeum (Marsala), he attacked their fleet off Drepanum; leading 123 ships to the attack, he paused--as required by religion and tradition--to conduct an augury, waiting to see if the sacred chickens ate their grain with sufficient gusto to indicate success; when the chickens balked, Pulcher is supposed to have snarled, "Well, if they will not eat, then let them drink