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1 He may have landed at Puteoli. The time is probably the autumn of 201 B.C.
2 No details are furnished by Polybius either; XVI. xxiii (one exception below, § 5). For picturesque descriptions see Appian Pun. 66; Silius Ital. XVII. 625-654, at the very end of the poem. So dramatic an arrangement had not commended itself to Livy as he wrote the final paragraph of his ten books on the Hannibalic War.
3 B.C. 201
4 Alba Fucens; xvii. 2 and note.
5 So Val. Max. V. i. 16.
6 And so (from a different source) Val. Max. VI. ii. 3; Polybius l.c. § 6; Tacitus Ann. XII. 38; Silius Ital. l. c. 629 f. Officially the triumph was over Hannibal, the Poeni and Syphax; XXXVIII. xlvi. 10. Here for the very first time Livy mentions Polybius. Cf. XXXIII. x. 10 (non incertum auctorem), where a statement of his is preferred.
7 Cf. p. 533 and n. 2.
8 In wall-cases (armaria) usually, each mask provided with its own titulus.
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