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30. The consul, having arranged matters in Cephallania and stationed a garrison at Same, [2??] crossed to the Peloponnesus, whither the Aegians especially and the Lacedaemonians had long been summoning him. [3] From the beginning of the Achaean League the meetings of the assembly had all been called for Aegium, [4??] whether this was a tribute to the importance of the city or the convenience of the place. [5] This custom Philopoemen, in this year for the first time, was trying to break down, and was preparing [6??] to propose a law that the meetings should be held in all the cities which belonged to the Achaean League in rotation. [7] And at the approach of the consul, when the damiurgi of the cities (they are the chief magistrates)1 called the meeting at Aegium, Philopoemen —he [8] was then praetor2

1 Cf. XXXII. xxii. 2 and the note.

2 His fifth term in this office began in the autumn of 189 B.C. Livy habitually [9??] uses the Latin word praetor for the chief magistrate of foreign states: cf.

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