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5. A. Baebius, caused the members of the Aetolian senate to be killed in B. C. 167, and was in consequence afterwards condemned at Rome. Livy calls him praeses, a term which is applied in later times by the jurists to a governor of a province. Whether, however, Baebius had the government of Aetolia, or only of the town in which the murder was perpetrated, is uncertain. (Liv. 45.28, 31.)

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