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Greece: Antiochus and the Aetolians Meet

THE Aetolians chose thirty of the
Antiochus the Great at a meeting of Aetolians at Lamia, autumn of B. C. 192. Livy, 35, 43-46.
Apocleti1 to confer with King Antiochus. . . .

He accordingly summoned a meeting of the Apocleti and consulted them on the state of affairs. . . .

1 The Apocleti, of the numbers of whom we have no information, acted as a consultative senate to prepare measures for the Aetolian Assembly. See Freeman, History of Federal Government, p. 335. Livy, 35, 34.

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