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2. A general of Philip V., king of Macedonia, crossed over to Africa in B. C. 203, with a body of 4000 troops and some money, in order to assist the Carthaginians. He was taken prisoner by the Romans, together with many of his soldiers, and Philip sent an embassy to Rome to solicit their release. (Liv. 30.26, 42.)

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