Livy, History of Rome 26

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in Capitolio erat et in cubiculo matris eius anguis saepe videbatur. res praeterea gestas in Sicilia continet et amicitiam cum Aetolis iunctam bellumque gestum adversus Acarnanas et Philippum, Macedoniae regem.

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BOOK XXVI

the toga, was on the Capitol every day and also because a snake was often spotted in his mother’s bedroom. The book also contains the events in Sicily, the treaty of friendship established with the Aetolians, and the war against the Acarnanians and Philip, King of Macedonia.

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DOI: 10.4159/DLCL.livy-history_rome_26.2020