…a Carthaginian tribunal of judges. They were created early in Carthage’s history, and are described in Aristotle’s Politics (4th century BC) as “the highest constitutional authority.” The Hundred and Four were in charge of judging generals and the military, who exercised a great deal of independence from the government in Carthage. The Hundred and Four were intended to provide a check to ensure the military served the needs of the senate and the people. However, by the time of Hannibal Barca, and his stint as Suffet (early 2nd century BC), the 104 had acquired tyrannical power.
Source: Hundred and Four – Wikipedia