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1. M'. Aquillius, M'. F. M'. N. Consul B. C. 129, put an end to the war which had been carried on against Aristonicus, the son of Eumenes of Pergamus, and which had been almost terminated by his predecessor, Perperna. On his return to Rome, he was accused by P. Lentulus of maladministration in his province, but was acquitted by bribing the judges. (Flor. 2.20; Just. 36.4; Vell. 2.4; Cic. de Nat. Deor. 2.5, Div. in Caecil. 21; Appian, App. BC 1.22.) He obtained a triumph on account of his successes in Asia, but not till B. C. 126. (Fast. Capitol.

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