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Rhodes Holds to its Friendship With Rome

After the capture of Abydos, envoys came from the
The Rhodians resolve to side with Rome.
Achaean nation to Rhodes urging the Rhodians to make terms with Philip. But upon these being followed by the arrival of the ambassadors from Rome, who argued that they should make no terms with Philip without consulting the Romans, the Rhodian people voted to listen to the latter and to hold to their friendship with them. . . .

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