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The Gallic King, Cauarus

Cauarus, king of the Gauls in Thrace, was of a truly
Cauarus, king of the Gauls, settled on the Hellespont. See 4, 46 and 52.
royal and high-minded disposition, and gave the merchants sailing into the Pontus great protection, and rendered the Byzantines important services in their wars with the Thracians and Bithynians. . . .

This king, so excellent in other respects, was corrupted by a flatterer named Sostratus, who was a Chalchedonian by birth. . . .

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