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*La/gios), belonged to the Roman party among the Achaeans, and was one of those whom Metellus sent to Diaeus to offer peace, in B. C. 146. For this, Diaeus threw him and his colleagues into prison; but he afterwards released them for a sum of money, especially as the people of Corinth were sufficiently exasperated already by the cruel execution of Sosicrates, the lieutenant-general. (Pol. 40.4, 5.)


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