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Appian, The Civil Wars (ed. Horace White), BOOK V, CHAPTER VIII (search)
shocking spectacle. It was a fresh cause of lamentation to see them floating down the stream, and the soldiers stripping them, and certain miscreants, as well as the soldiers, carrying off the clothing of the better class as their own property. This insurrection was suppressed, but with terror and hatred for the triumvirs. The famine grew worse. The people groaned, but did not stir. Y.R. 715 Antony suggested to the relatives of Libo that they B.C. 39 should summon him from Sicily for the purpose of congratulating his brother-in-law,e)pi\ sunhsqh/sei tou= kh/dous; Musgrave suggested sunqe/sei. (an agreement) "instead of sunhsqh/sei (congratulation), and Mendelssohn concurs, but does not change the text. and to accomplish something more important; and he promised him a safe-conduct. His relatives wrote promptly and Pompeius acquiesced. Libo, on his arrival, cast anchor at the isle of Pithe