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1 See XXXI. 1. 11, where he is called Gnaeus Cornelius Lentulus.
2 Livy does not specify the unit here, but comparison with the next clause suggests that this is silver bullion. The coins of the following phrase are probably Spanish and comparable in value to the Roman denarius.
3 He had gone to Spain with Blasio (XXXI. 1. 11).
4 These may be the well-known temples called by these names and still standing in this region. The arches were probably formal entrances to the temples.
5 B.C. 196
6 If the text is right as it stands here, Livy implies that Quinctius transmitted to Philip, with his approval, the request, and that the Boeotians ignored his intercession on their behalf.
7 A typical Greek coinage, used as the title of the presiding magistrate of a Greek state.
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