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Originally appearing in Volume V01, Page 141 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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CHIEF SOURCES.—Polybius (esp. bks. ii., iv., v., xxiii., xxviii.) ,who is followed by Livy (bks. xxxii.-xxxv., xxxviii., &c.); Pausanias vii. 9-24; Strabo viii. 384; E. Freeman, Federal Government, i. (ed. 1893, London), chs. v.-ix.; M. Dubois, Les ligues Etolienne et Acheenne (Paris, 1885) ; A. Holm, Greek History, iv.; G. Hertzberg, Geschi.chte Griechenlands unter den Romern, i. (Leipzig, 1866) ; L. Warren, Greek Federal Coinage (London, 1863) ; E. Hicks, Greek Historical Inscriptions (Oxford, 1892), 169, 187, 198, 201; W. Dittenberger, Sylloge Inscriptionum Graecarum (Leipzig, 1898—1901), 236, 282, 316; H. Francotte in Musee Beige (1906), pp. 4-20. See also art. ROME, History, ii. " The Republic," sect. B (b). (M. O. B. C.)
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