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[38] Nevertheless if these sentiments prevail, Piso will remain in his province.

And though these are weighty considerations, still none of them are more serious than this—that it is an insulting thing for a commander in chief to be mulcted as it were by a diminution of his provinces, and we ought to take great care that such a thing should not be allowed to happen, not only not in the case of a most illustrious man, but not even in that of a man of moderate reputation.


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