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Hosti'lius Cato

3. L. Hostilius Cato, was one of the commissioners [HOSTILIUS CATO, No. 1] for redividing the demesne lands of Rome in Samnium and Apulia B. C. 201 (Liv. 31.4), and subsequently legatus of L. Scipio Asiaticus in the Syrian war, B. C. 190. L. Hostilius, as well as Aulus, was accused of taking bribes from Antiochus, but, unlike Aulus, was acquitted. (Liv. 38.55.)


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    • Livy, The History of Rome, Book 38, 55
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