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[5] There, too, there was a statue of him, according to Poseidonius, bearing this inscription:
This, O stranger, was the great star of his country, Rome,—Claudius Marcellus of illustrious line, who seven times held the consular power in time of war, and poured much slaughter on his foes.
For the author of the inscription has added his two proconsulates to his five consulates.

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