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3. Philippus quoque primo vere, postquam legati ab Roma nihil pacati rettulerant, [2?] dilectum per omnia oppida regni habere instituit in magna inopia iuniorum. absumpserant enim per multas iam aetates continua bella Macedonas; [3] ipso quoque regnante et navalibus bellis adversus Rhodios Attalumque et terrestribus adversus Romanos ceciderat magnus numerus. [4] ita et tirones ab sedecim annis milites scribebat, et emeritis quidam stipendiis, quibus modo quicquam reliqui roboris erat ad signa revocabantur. [5] ita suppleto exercitu secundum vernum aequinoctium omnes copias Dium contraxit ibique stativis positis exercendo cotidie milite hostem opperiebatur. [6] et Quinctius per eosdem ferme dies ab Elatia profectus praeter Thronium et Scarpheam ad Thermopylas pervenit. [7] ibi concilium Aetolorum Heracleam indictum tenuit consultantium quantis auxiliis Romanum ad bellum sequerentur. [8] cognitis sociorum decretis tertio die ab Heraclea Xynias praegressus in confinio Aenianum Thessalorumque positis castris Aetolica auxilia opperiebatur. [9] nihil morati Aetoli sunt; Phaenea duce sescenti pedites cum equitibus quadringentis venerunt. ne dubium esset quid expectasset, confestim Quinctius movit castra. [p. 284] [10] transgresso in Phthioticum agrum quingenti Gortynii1 Cretensium duce Cydante et trecenti Apolloniatae haud dispari armatu se coniunxere nec ita multo post Amynander cum Athamanum peditum ducentis et mille.

[11] Philippus cognita profectione ab Elatia Romanorum, ut cui de summa rerum adesset certamen, adhortandos milites ratus, [12?] multa iam saepe memorata de maiorum virtutibus simul de militari laude Macedonum cum disseruisset, ad ea2 quae tum maxime animos terrebant quibusque erigi3 ad aliquam spem poterant venit.

1 A.U.C. 557

2 ad ea ed. 1616 in margine: de re B.

3 erigi ed. 1616 in margine: om. B.

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