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34. dum haec a Philippo geruntur, T. Quinctius recepta Zacyntho ab Achaico concilio Naupactum traiecit, [2?] quae iam per duos menseset iam prope excidium eratoppugnabatur, et si1 capta vi foret, omne nomen ibi Aetolorum ad internecionem videbatur venturum. [3] ceterum quamquam merito iratus erat Aetolis, quod solos obtrectasse gloriae suae cum liberaret Graeciam meminerat, et nihil auctoritate sua motos esse, cum quae tum maxime accidebant2 casura praemonens a furioso incepto [p. 254] eos deterreret, [4?] tamen sui maxime operis esse credens3 nullam gentem liberatae ab se Graeciae funditus everti, obambulare muris, ut facile nosceretur ab Aetolis, coepit. [5] confestim a primis stationibus cognitus est, vulgatumque per omnes ordines, Quinctium esse. itaque concursu facto undique in muros manus pro se quisque tendentes consonante clamore nominatim Quinctium orare ut opem ferret ac servaret. [6] et tum quidem, quamquam moveretur his vocibus, manu tamen abnuit4 quicquam opis in se esse5 ; ceterum postquam ad consulem venit, “utrum fefellitinquitte, M'. Acili, [7?] quid agatur an, cum satis pervideas, nihil id magnopere ad summam rem pertinere censes?” [8] erexerat expectatione consulem; etquin expromisinquitquid rei sit?” tum Quinctiusecquid vides te devicto Antiocho in duabus urbibus6 oppugnandis tempus terere, cum iam prope annus circumactus sit imperii tui, [9?] Philippum autem, qui non aciem, non signa hostium vidit, non solum urbes sed tot iam gentes, Athamaniam Perrhaebiam Aperantiam Dolopiam, sibi adiunxisse, et victoriae tuae praemium te militesque tuos nondum duas urbes, Philippum tot gentes Graeciae habere7 ? [10] atqui non tantum interest [p. 256] nostra Aetolorum opes ac vires minui, quantum non8 supra modum Philippum crescere.”

1 et si ς: si B.

2 accidebant Madvig: acciderat B: acciderant ς.

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4 abnuit ς: annuit B.

5 esse ς: eset B.

6 in duabus urbibus ς: . . . ab urbibus B.

7 uerba et... habere, post crescere in Bς collocata, transposuit Madvig.

8 A.U.C. 563

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