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2. A citizen of Beroea, was one of the ambassadors whom Perseus, king of Macedonia, sent with a proposal of peace to the Romans after he had defeated them, under P. Licinius Crassus, on the banks of the Peneus, in B. C. 171. Licinius, however, adhered to the regular Roman policy, of never granting peace but after a victory. (Plb. 8; Liv. 42.62.)

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