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Măcĕtae (Măcĕdae ), ārum, m., = Μακέται.
I. (As a less usual form for Μακεδόνες,) Macedonians: “Macetae locupletissimo imperio aucti,Gell. 9, 3, 1.—Gen. plur. Măcĕtūm. Stat. S. 4, 6, 106; Sil. 14, 5; Luc. 2, 647; Claud. ap. Rufin. 2, 279; Aus. de Clar. Urb. 2, 9.—
II. (Because Antiochus the Great was a descendant of Seleucus Nicator) = Syri, Sil. 13, 878.
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