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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 59 59 Browse Search
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Pausanias, Description of Greece, Achaia, chapter 10 (search)
or before the Romans themselves.” This frank speech was prompted by a clear conscience, but the Roman at once grasped the pretext, and sent for trial before the Roman court all those whom Callicrates accused of supporting Perseus. Never before had Greeks been so treated, for not even the most powerful of the Macedonians, Philip, the son of Amyntas, and Alexander, despatched by force to Macedonia the Greeks who were opposed to them, but allowed them to plead their case before the Amphictyons167 B.C.. But on this occasion it was decided to send up to Rome every one of the Achaean people, however innocent, whom Callicrates chose to accuse. They amounted to over a thousand men. The Romans, holding that all these had already been condemned by the Achaeans, distributed them throughout Etruria and its cities, and though the Achaeans sent embassy after embassy to plead on behalf of the men, no notice was taken of the petitions. Sixteen years later151 B.C., when the number of Achaeans in Italy