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[2] Now the Romans, in their admiration of Philopoemen, call him ‘the last of the Greeks,’ implying that no great man arose among the Greeks after him; but I should say that this capture of Acrocorinthus was the very last and latest achievement of the Greeks, and that it rivalled their best, not only in daring, but also in happy results, as events at once showed.

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