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7. triumphi deinde ex Hispania duo continui acti. [2] prior Sempronius Gracchus de Celtiberis sociisque eorum, postero die L. Postumius de Lusitanis aliisque eiusdem regionis Hispanis triumphavit. quadraginta milia pondo argenti Gracchus1 [p. 204] transtulit, viginti milia Albinus. [3] militibus denarios2 quinos vicenos, duplex centurioni, triplex equiti ambo diviserunt; sociis tantumdem quantum Romanis.

[4] per eosdem forte dies M. Iunius consul ex Histria comitiorum causa Romam venit. [5] eum cum in senatu fatigassent interrogationibus tribuni plebis Papirius et Licinius de iis quae in Histria essent acta in contionem quoque produxerunt. [6] ad quae cum consul se dies non plus undecim in ea provincia fuisse responderet, quae se absente acta essent, se quoque, [7?] ut illos, fama comperta habere, exsequebantur deinde quaerentes, quid ita non potius A. Manlius Romam venisset, ut rationem redderet populo Romano, cur ex Gallia provincia quam sortitus esset in Histriam transisset? [8] quando id bellum senatus decrevisset, quando id bellum populus Romanus iussisset? at hercule privato quidem consilio bellum susceptum esse, sed gestum prudenter fortiterque. [9] immo, utrum susceptum sit nequius an inconsultius gestum dici non posse. stationes duas necopinantes ab Histris oppressas, castra Romana capta, quod peditum, quod equitum in castris fuerit caesum;3 [10] ceteros inermes fusosque, ante omnes consulem ipsum, ad mare ac naves fugisse. privatum rationem redditurum earum rerum esse quoniam consul noluisset.

[p. 206]

1 Gracchus Madvig: Ti. Gracchus Fr.

2 A.U.C. 576

3 caesum add. Crévier.

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