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49. huius generis orationibus ipsius amicorumque victa est praesentis gratia praetoris, absentis consulis maiestas, triumphumque frequentes L. Furio decreverunt. [2] [p. 95] triumphavit de Gallis in magistratu L. Furius praetor et in aerarium tulit trecenta viginti milia aeris, argenti centum milia quingentos 1 [3] neque captivi ulli ante currum ducti neque spolia praelata neque milites secuti. omnia praeter victoriam penes consulem esse apparebat.

[4] ludi deinde a P. Cornelio Scipione, quos consul in Africa voverat, magno apparatu facti. [5] et de agris militum eius decretum, ut, quot quisque eorum annos in Hispania aut in Africa militasset, in singulos annos bina iugera agri acciperet; eum agrum decemviri adsignarent. [6] [p. 96] triumviri item creati ad supplendum 2 Venusinis colonorum numerum, quod bello Hannibalis attenuatae vires eius coloniae erant, C. Terentius Varro, T. Quinctius Flammininus, P. Cornelius Cn. f. Scipio. hi colonos Venusiam adscripserunt.

[7] eodem anno C. Cornelius Cethegus, qui proconsul Hispaniam obtinebat, magnum hostium exercitum in agro Sedetano fudit. quindecim milia Hispanorum eo proelio dicuntur caesa, signa militaria capta octo et septuaginta.

[8] C. Aurelius consul, cum ex provincia Romam comitiorum causa venisset, non id, quod animis praeceperant, questus est, non expectatum se ab senatu, [9] neque disceptandi cum praetore consuli potestatem factam, sed ita triumphum decresse senatum, ut nullius nisi eius, qui triumphaturus esset, et non eorum, qui bello interfuissent, verba audiret. [10] maiores ideo instituisse, ut legati, tribuni, centuriones, milites denique triumpho adessent, ut testes rerum gestarum eius, cui tantus honos haberetur, populus Romanus videret. [11] [p. 97] ecquem ex eo exercitu, qui cum Gallis pugnaverit, si non militem, lixam saltem fuisse, quem percunctari 3 posset senatus, quid veri praetor vanive adferret? [12] comitiis deinde diem edixit, quibus creati sunt consules L. Cornelius Lentulus, P. Villius Tappulus. praetores inde facti L. Quinctius Flamininus, L. Valerius Flaccus, L. Villius Tappulus, Cn. Baebius Tamphilus.

1 a. Chr. n. 200.

2 a. u. c. 554.

3 a. Chr. n. 200.

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