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23. C. Claudius Cento, probably the grandson of No. 14, served under the consul P. Sulpicius in B. C. 200, in the war with Philip. Being sent to the relief of Athens, which was besieged by a Macedonian army, he raised the siege. He next made himself master of Chalcis in Euboea, and gained several advantages over Philip, who marched in person upon Athens. (Liv. 31.14, 22, &c.; Zonar. 9.15.)

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