3. C. Livius
Salinator, was praetor B. C. 191, and had the command of the fleet in the war against Antiochus.
He defeated Polyxenidas, the king's admiral, off Corycus, and in the following year prosecuted the war with activity till he was succeedcd by L. Aemlilius Regillus [POLYXENIDAS].
He was not, however, left unemployed, for in the same year, B. C. 190, he was sent to Lycia, and also to Prusias, king of Bithynia.
He was consul B. C. 188, with M. Valerius Messalla, and obtained Gaul as his province, but performed nothing worthy of note. (Liv. 35.24
,42-44, 37.9-14, 16, 25, 38.35; Appian, App. Syr. 22