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1. L. Stertinius, was sent as proconsul into further Spain in B. C. 199, and on his return to Rome three years afterwards (B. C. 196), brought into the public treasury fifty thousand pounds weight of silver, and from the spoils dedicated two fornices or arches in the forum Boarium, and one in the Circus Maximus, and placed upon them gilded statues. In the same year that he returned, he was appointed one of the ten commissioners, who were sent into Greece to settle the affairs of the country, in conjunction with T. Quintius Flamininus. (Liv. 31.50, 33.27, 35 ; Plb. 18.31.)

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