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1. P. Cornelium Cn. filium Scipionem et M’. Acilium Glabrionem consules inito magistratu patres, [2] [p. 86] priusquam de provinciis agerent, res divinas facere maioribus hostiis iusserunt in omnibus fanis, in quibus lectisternium maiorem partem anni fieri 1 solet, precarique, quod senatus de novo bello in animo haberet, ut ea res senatui populoque Romano bene atque feliciter eveniret. [3] ea omnia sacrificia laeta fuerunt, primisque hostiis perlitatum est, et ita haruspices responderunt, eo bello terminos populi Romani propagari, victoriam ac triumphum ostendi. [4] haec cum renuntiata essent, solutis religione animis patres rogationem ad populum ferri iusserunt, [5] vellent iuberentne cum Antiocho rege, quique eius sectam secuti essent bellum iniri; si ea perlata rogatio esset, tum, si ita videretur consulibus, rem integram ad senatum referrent. [6] P. Cornelius eam rogationem pertulit; tum senatus decrevit, ut consules Italiam et Graeciam provincias sortirentur, cui Graecia evenisset, ut praeter eum numerum militum, quem L. Quinctius consul in eam provinciam ex auctoritate senatus scripsisset imperassetve, [7] ut eum exercitum acciperet, quem M. Baebius praetor anno priore ex senatus consulto in Macedoniam traiecisset; [8] et extra Italiam permissum, ut, si res postulasset, auxilia ab sociis ne supra quinque milium numerum acciperet. L. Quinctium superioris anni consulem legari ad id bellum placuit. [9] [p. 87] alter consul, cui Italia provincia evenisset, cum Bois iussus bellum gerere utro exercitu mallet ex duobus, quos superiores consules habuissent, alterum ut 2 mitteret Romanam, eaeque urbanae legiones essent paratae quo senatus censuisset.

1 a. u. 563.

2 a. Ch. 191.

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