Gala (King of the Massylii)

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Gala (died 207 BCE) was a Berber king of the Massylii,[1] an eastern Numidian tribe in the Ancient Algerian Maghreb of North Africa.

Gala reigned during the Second Punic War of ancient Rome. He was the father of King Masinissa, and the brother of Oezalces.

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  1. ^ Livy, Ab Urbe Condita, 24.48