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37. sub haec tam varia fortuna gesta [p. 127] L. Furius Purpurio alter consul per tribum Sapiniam in Boios venit. [2] iam castro Mutilo adpropinquabat, cum veritus, ne intercluderetur simul a Bois Liguribusque, exercitum eadem via, qua adduxerat, reduxit et magno circuitu per aperta eoque tuta loca ad collegam pervenit. [3] inde iunctis exercitibus primum Boiorum agrum usque ad Felsinam oppidum populantes peragraverunt. [4] ea urbs ceteraque circa castella et Boi fere omnes praeter iuventutem, quae praedandi causa in armis erattunc in devias silvas recesserat—, in deditionem venerunt. in Ligures inde traductus exercitus. [5] Boi neglegentius coactum agmen Romanorum, quia ipsi procul abesse viderentur, inproviso aggressuros se rati per occultos saltus secuti sunt. [6] quos non adepti, Pado repente navibus traiecto Laevos Libuosque cum pervastassent, redeuntes inde per Ligurum extremos fines cum agresti praeda in agmen incident Romanum. [7] proelium celerius acriusque commissum, quam si tempore locoque ad certamen destinato praeparatis animis concurrissent. [8] ibi, quantam vim ad stimulandos animos ira haberet, apparuit; nam ita caedis magis quam victoriae avidi pugnarunt Romani, ut vix nuntium cladis hosti relinquerent. [9] ob has res gestas consulum litteris Romam adlatis supplicatio in triduum decreta est. brevi post Marcellus consul Romam venit, triumphusque ei magno consensu patrum est decretus. [10] triumphavit in magistratu de Insubribus Comensibusque; Boiorum triumphi spem collegae reliquit, quia ipsi proprie adversa pugna in ea gente evenerat, cum collega secunda. [11] multa spolia hostium captivis carpentis travecta, multa militaria signa; aeris lata trecenta viginti milia, argenti bigati ducenta triginta quattuor milia. [12] in pedites singulos dati octogeni aeris, triplex equiti centurionique.

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