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1 These kings were Eumenes and Antiochus; the commissioners seem to have had no instructions to visit Nabis, but they had picked up incidental information about him.
2 B.C. 192
3 Fulvius was actually a propraetor; it seems to have been a trait of one annalist to call all Spanish governors proconsuls regardless of rank. This habit has furnished scholars with a clue —often, unfortunately, overworked —to the separation of Livy's sources from one another.
4 Cf. vii. 8 above for what may be the same incident as reported by another annalist.
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