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5. An Aetolian, probably a grandson of the preceding, is first mentioned as one of the ambassadors charged to bear to the Roman general, M. Acilius Glabrio, the unqualified submission of the Aetolians, B. C. 191. (Plb. 20.9.) Again, in B. C. 169 he appears as one of the deputies at Thermus before C. Popillius, when he uttered a violent harangue against Lyciscus and Thoas. (Id. 28.4.) He is also mentioned as present with Eumenes at Delphi, when the life of that monarch was attempted by the emissaries of Perseus. On this occasion he is termed by Livy "Aetoliae princess" (Liv.42.15.)

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