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1 B.C. 187
2 The allusion is to the uncertainty as to the date of the trial of the Scipios: cf. XXXVIII. lvi. 2 above.
3 The assignment of Liguria to the consuls was reported at XXXVIII. xliii. 8 above.
4 This charge was not made in the speech of Furius Aemilius (XXXVIII. xlv. —xlvi. above), but is brought up again in vi. 5 and vii. 3 below. Its presence here, in contrast with its absence from the preceding Book, may indicate a change of source.
5 B.C. 187
6 This reflection seems to be fully warranted by Livy's narrative, and raises doubts as to the legitimacy of some of the Ligurian triumphs, which were still notorious in Cicero's day (Brutus 255).
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