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43. haerente adhuc non in animis modo, sed paene in oculis memoria Macedonici triumphi L. Anicius Quirinalibus triumphavit de rege Gentio Illyriisque. [2] similia omnia magis visa hominibus quam paria; minor ipse imperator, et nobilitate Anicius cum Aemilio et iure imperii praetor cum consule conlatus; non Gentius Perseo, non Illyrii Macedonibus, non spolia spoliis, non pecunia pecuniae,1 non dona donis comparari poterant. itaque sicut praefulgebat huic triumphus recens, [3] ita apparebat ipsum per se intuentibus nequaquam esse contemnendum. [4] perdomuerat intra paucos dies terra marique ferocem, locis munimentisque2 fretam gentem Illyriorum; regem regiaeque omnes stirpis ceperat.

transtulit in triumpho multa militaria signa spoliaque alia et supellectilem regiam, [5?] auri pondo viginti et septem, argenti decem et novem pondo, [p. 402] denarium decem tria milia et centum viginti milia3 Illyrici argenti. [6] ante currum ducti Gentius rex cum coniuge et liberis et Caravantius, frater regis, et aliquot nobiles Illyrii. [7] de praeda militibus in singulos quadragenos quinos denarios, duplex centurioni, triplex equiti, sociis nominis Latini quantum civibus, et sociis navalibus dedit quantum militibus. [8] laetior hunc triumphum est secutus miles, multisque dux ipse carminibus celebratus. sestertium ducentiens ex ea praeda redactum esse auctor est Antias, praeter aurum argentumque, quod in aerarium sit latum; quod quia unde redigi potuerit non apparebat, auctorem pro re posui.

[9] Rex Gentius cum liberis et coniuge et fratre Spoletium in custodiam ex senatus consulto ductus, ceteri captivi Romae in carcerem coniecti; recusantibusque custodiam Spoletinis Iguvium4 reges traducti. [10] reliquum ex Illyrico praedae ducenti viginti lembi erant; de Gentio rege captos eos Corcyraeis et Apolloniatibus et Dyrrhachinis Q. Cassius ex senatus consulto tribuit.

1 spoliis, non pecunia pecuniae Sigonius: sponsiliis non pecuniae V.

2 munimentisque kreyssig: monumentisque V.

3 A.U.C. 587

4 Iguvium turnebus: igituruium V.

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