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1 For the reverse of this process, cf. XLV. ii. 9.
2 Cf. XXIV. xi, XXXII. xxiii. 9, XXXVI. ii. 15, XL. xviii. 7.
3 Smaller numbers for the force which Sicinius actually had in Macedonia are given below, xxxvi. 8 (cf. Zonaras IX. 22).
4 The phrase socii Latini nominis has previously been translated “Latin allies” (Foster) and “allies of the Latin confederacy” (Sage). These allies were at this time a class of citizens having no political rights at Rome, but having private rights (rights of trade and marriage); they lived in selected communities all over Italy, and, in later times, also in the provinces; there was no longer any necessary connection with Latium; these allies were simply Class B citizens.
5 B.C. 172
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