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50. nec absurde adversus utrosque respondisse visus est, et facile erat orationem apud faventes aequis auribus accipi. [2] nulla enim nec disceptatio [p. 144] nec dubitatio fuit quin omnes eosdem genti1 Achaeorum hostes et amicos, quos populos Romanus censuisset, iudicarent, bellumque et Antiocho et Aetolis nuntiari iuberent. [3] auxilia etiam quo censuit Quinctius, quingentorum militum Chalcidem, quingentorum Piraeum extemplo miserunt. [4] erat enim2 haud procul seditione Athenis res trahentibus ad Antiochum quibusdam spe largitionum venalem pretio multitudinem, donec ab iis, qui Romanae partis erant, Quinctius est accitus, et accusante Leonte quodam Apollodorus auctor defectionis damnatus atque in exilium est eiectus.

[5] et ab Achaeis quidem cum tristi responso legatio ad regem rediit; Boeoti nihil certi responderunt: cum Antiochus in Boeotiam venisset, tum quid sibi faciendum esset se deliberaturos esse.

[6] Antiochus cum ad Chalcidis praesidium et Achaeos et Eumenem regem misisse audisset, maturandum ratus, ut et praevenirent sui et venientes si possent exciperent, [7?] Menippum cum tribus ferme milibus militum et omni classe Polyxenidan mittit, ipse paucos post dies sex milia suorum militum et ex ea copia quae Lamiae repente colligi potuit non ita multos Aetolos ducit. [8] Achaei quingenti et ab3 Eumene rege modicum auxilium missum duce Xenoclide Chalcidensi nondum obsessis itineribus tuto transgressi Euripum Chalcidem pervenerunt; [9] Romani [p. 146] milites, quingenti ferme et ipsi, cum iam Menippus4 castra ante Salganea ad Hermaeum, qua transitus ex Boeotia in Euboeam insulam est, haberet, venerunt. [10] Micythio erat cum iis, legatus ab Chalcide ad Quinctium ad id ipsum praesidium petendum missus. [11] qui, postquam ab hostibus obsessas fauces vidit, omisso ad Aulidem itinere Delium convertit, ut inde in Euboeam transmissurus.

1 A.U.C. 562

2 enim ς: autem B.

3 et ab Gronovius: ab B.

4 A.U.C. 562

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