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1 Cf. XXXIII. xxviii. 1 ff.
2 Cf. xxx. 12-13 above. Plutarch (Philop. xv) traces their jealousy to this same cause, but his chronology is confused.
3 Amynander had been an ally of the Romans against Philip (XXXI. xxviii. 1), but may have felt slighted in the re-arrangements following the peace (XXXIII. xxxiv. 11).
4 Apama was the wife of Seleucus I, but the name is not known as characteristically a family-name among the descendants of Philip of Macedon.
5 B.C. 192
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