Some towns were destroyed; the people of Henna were massacred.
Attacks on Syracuse failed; so did attacks on Henna - Castrum Ennae, 829-1060.
Henna had been the chief centre of Christian resistance a generation earlier; its place was now taken by the small fort of Rametta not far from Messina.
Traditionally, henna is worn by women particularly during wedding celebrations.
Whether the inland Sicel town of Henna was ever a Syracusan settlement is doubtful.