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" After these speeches had been delivered, the people showed such signs of enthusiastic approval that no one ventured to speak on the side of the king ; but the whole assembly rejected the offer by acclamation, though its amount certainly made it exceedingly... "
The Histories of Polybius - Page 310
by Polybius, Friedrich Otto Hultsch - 1889
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The North-western Monthly: A Magazine Devoted to University ..., Volume 8

Education - 1897
...assembly rejected the offer by acclamation, though its amount made It exceedingly tempting. (XXII, 11.) The next subject introduced for debate was that of...Ptolemy. The ambassadors who had been on the mission to Ptolemy were called forward, and Lycortas, acting as spokesman, began by stating how they had interchanged...
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A Source Book of Greek History

Fred Morrow Fling - Greece - 1907 - 370 pages
...the whole assembly rejected the offer by acclamation, though its amount made it exceedingly tempting. The next subject introduced for debate was that of...Ptolemy. The ambassadors who had been on the mission to Ptolemy were called forward, and Lycortas, acting as spokesman, began by stating how they had interchanged...
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A Source-book of Ancient History

George Willis Botsford, Lillie M. Shaw Botsford - History of Medicine, Ancient - 1912 - 594 pages
...such signs of enthusiastic approval that no one ventured to speak on the side of the king; but the whole assembly rejected the offer by acclamation,...its amount certainly made it exceedingly tempting. The next subject introduced for debate was that of ** , . _. . ,, , , , , , , , Ptolemy of king...
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Helenic Civilization

George Willis Botsford - Greece - 1915 - 13 pages
...such signs of enthusiastic approval that no one ventured to speak on the side of the king ; but the whole assembly rejected the offer by acclamation,...Ptolemy. The ambassadors who had been on the mission to Ptolemy were called forward, and Lycortas, acting as spokesman, began by stating how they had interchanged...
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Helenic Civilization

George Willis Botsford - Greece - 1915 - 13 pages
...subject introduced for debate was that of King Ptolemy. The ambassadors who had been on the mission to Ptolemy were called forward, and Lycortas, acting...spokesman, began by stating how they had interchanged oaths of alliance with the king ; and next announced that they brought a present from the king to the...
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