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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 11 11 Browse Search
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P. Terentius Afer (Terence), Adelphi: The Brothers (ed. Henry Thomas Riley) 1 1 Browse Search
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Polybius, Histories, book 32, The Senate Breaks its Alliance with Ptolemy Philometor (search)
The Senate Breaks its Alliance with Ptolemy Philometor THIS year Comanus and his brother arrived at Rome on B. C. 161. The Senate break off relations with Ptolemy Philometor, and encourage Ptolemy Physcon in his claim on Cyprus. their mission from the younger Ptolemy, and Menyllus of Alabanda from the elder. Their interview with the Senate was the occasion of many mutual recriminations expressed with great bitterness; and when Titus Torquatus and Gnaeus Merula gave evidence in favour of the younger king, and supported him with great earnestness, the Senate voted that Menyllus and his colleagues should leave Rome within five days, and that the treaty of alliance with the elder Ptolemy should be annulled; but that they should send envoys to the younger to inform him of the decree of the Senate. Publius Apustius and Gaius Lentulus were appointed to this service, who immediately sailed to Cyrene, and with great despatch announced to Physcon the decree of the Senate. Greatly elated by thi
Polybius, Histories, book 32, Prusias Accuses Eumenes (search)
Prusias Accuses Eumenes Prusias sent envoys to Rome with some Gauls to accuse Further complaints against Eumenes by Prusias and the Gauls. See 31, 4, B. C. 161. Eumenes; and Eumenes in his turn sent his brother Attalus to rebut the accusations. Ariarathes sent a present of ten thousand gold pieces, and envoys to inform the Senate of the reception given to Tiberius Gracchus; and generally to ask for their commands, and to assure them that he would do anything they told him. . . .