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Androni'cus

*)Andro/nikos), ambassador of ATTALUS, sent to Rome in B. C. 156, to inform the senate that Prusias had attacked the territories of Attalus. (Plb. 32.26.) Andronicus was again sent to Rome in B. C. 149, and assisted Nicomedes in conspiring against his father Prusias. (Appian, Aithr. 4, &c.)

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