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Prusias Accuses Eumenes

Prusias sent envoys to Rome with some Gauls to accuse
Further complaints against Eumenes by Prusias and the Gauls. See 31, 4, B. C. 161.
Eumenes; and Eumenes in his turn sent his brother Attalus to rebut the accusations. Ariarathes sent a present of ten thousand gold pieces, and envoys to inform the Senate of the reception given to Tiberius Gracchus; and generally to ask for their commands, and to assure them that he would do anything they told him. . . .

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