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" The Senate of Rome and Titus Quintus [Flamininus], proconsul and imperator, having conquered King Philip and the Macedonians in war, declare the following peoples free, without garrison, or tribute, in full enjoyment of the laws of their respective countries:... "
The Histories of Polybius - Page 242
by Polybius, Friedrich Otto Hultsch - 1889
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A History of Rome to the Battle of Actium

Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh - Rome - 1894 - 809 pages
...of Rome and T. Quinctius, proconsul and imperator, having conquered king Philip and the Macedonians, declare the following peoples free, without garrison...Corinthians, Phocians, Locrians, Euboeans, Achaeans of Phthiotis, Magnesians, Thessalians, Perrhaebians." These included the districts and towns which had...
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A short history of Rome

Frank Frost Abbott - Rome - 1906 - 304 pages
...Titus Quinctius [Flamininus], proconsul and imperator, having conquered King Philip and the Macedonians in war, declare the following peoples free, without...countries; namely, Corinthians, Phocians, Locrians, Eubceans, Achaians of Phiotis, Magnesians, Thessalians, Perrhsebians.' Now, as the first words of the...
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Roman Imperialism

Tenney Frank - Imperialism - 1914 - 365 pages
...senate and Titus Quinctius, proconsul and imperator, having conquered King Philip and the Macedonians in war, declare the following peoples free, without...or tribute, in full enjoyment of the laws of their own countries: *'.*. Corinthians, Phocians, Locrians, Euboeans. Achaeans of Phiotis, Magnesians, Thessalians,...
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Roman Realities

Finley Hooper - Education - 1979 - 584 pages
...Rome and Titus Quinctius, proconsul and imperator, having conquered King Philip and the Macedonians in war declare the following peoples free, without...Euboeans, Achaeans of Phiotis, Magnesians, Thessalians, and Perrhaebians" (Polybius, XVIII. 46). Plutarch left no doubt about the roar of approval from the...
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The Story of Rome

Mary Macgregor - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2006 - 593 pages
...and Quinctius Flamininus, pro-Consul and Imperator, having conquered King Philip and the Macedonians, declare the following peoples free, without garrison or tribute, in full enjoyment of their respective countries." The list of names which followed was drowned, for the people, hearing...
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Democracy in the Ancient World

...end all, at the Isthmian games in July 196, Flamininus had it proclaimed that the Greeks should be "free without garrison or tribute, in full enjoyment of the laws of their ancestors."? 1 Thucydides i, 139, 3. Cf. i, 144, 2; ii, 8. 1 Xenophon, Hellenica, ii, 2, 23. 3 Ibid....
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A Short History of the Greeks from the Earliest Times to B.C. 146

Evelyn Shirley Shuckburgh - Greece - 1901 - 388 pages
...declared it to be the will of the Senate that the following peoples should 'be free, without garrisons, or tribute, in full enjoyment of the laws of their respective countries Corinthians, Phocians, Locrians, Euboeans, Achaeans of Phthiotis, Magnesians, Thessalians, Greek...
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