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1 B.C. 217
2 Philip V., with whom the Romans were to fight the first two Macedonian wars of 216-205 B.C. and 200-197 B.C.
3 Demetrius of Pharus (an island off the coast of Illyria) had (in 229 B.C.) treacherously surrendered to the Romans the island Corcyra, of which the Illyrian queen Teuta had made him governor. Rewarded for this service with the governorship of a number of islands, he was guilty of plundering Roman allies, and Aemilius Paulus led an expedition against him which resulted (in 219) in his defeat and exile.
4 In view of the revolt recorded in xxi. xxv.
5 Whom the Romans had placed on the Illyrian throne in 228 B.C. after their defeat of Teuta.
6 Livy says nothing of this mutiny, which probably occurred (notwithstanding the phrase biennio ante) in connexion with the events related in XXI. xxv.
7 One of the two summits of the Capitoline, the other being the Capitol, where stood the temple of Jupiter, Juno and Minerva. The temple of Concord, dedicated in 216 (XXIII. xxi. 7), must not be confounded with the temple of the same goddess situated at the N.W. corner of the Forum —the ruins of which may still be seen —which was first erected in 367 by Camillus on the passing of the Licinian Laws........
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