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Antiochus Leaves Alexandria

After raising the siege of Alexandria, Antiochus sent
Antiochus leaves Alexandria for a time, being met by some Roman envoys. See 29, 25.
envoys to Rome, whose names were Meleager, Sosiphanes, and Heracleides, agreeing to pay one hundred and fifty talents, fifty as a complimentary present to the Romans, and the rest as a gift to be divided among certain cities in Greece. . . .

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