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Thap·sus

 (thăp′səs)
An ancient city of northern Africa on the Mediterranean Sea in present-day Tunisia. Julius Caesar defeated the forces of Cato the Younger here in 46 bc.

Thapsus

(ˈθæpsəs)
n
(Placename) an ancient town near Carthage in North Africa: site of Caesar's victory over Pompey in 46 bc

Thap•sus

(ˈθæp səs)

n.
an ancient town on the coast of Tunisia: decisive victory of Caesar 46 B.C.