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1 B.C. 189
2 Polybius (XXII. xiv) quotes this speech at greater length and with more direct application. However, he credits the speech to Damis, and a philosopher of that name is said to have been at some time a [6??] resident of Athens. The corruption in the text of Polybius at this point probably makes it impossible to explain the variation in names between Livy and Polybius.The mischief-makers named were mainly responsible, according to both Livy and Polybius, for the Aetolian alliance with Antiochus: cf. the Index to Volume X.
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