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Ly'sias

3. One of the ambassadors sent by Antiochus the Great, in B. C. 196, to meet the ten deputies appointed by the Romans to settle, together with Flamininus, the affairs of Greece. He was afterwards present at the interview of the king with the Roman ambassadors at Lysimachia. (Plb. 18.30, 33.) According to Appian (App. Syr. 6), he also accompanied Hegesianax and Menippus on their embassy to Rome in B. C. 193, though he is not mentioned on that occasion by Livy (34.57-59).

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