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The con - , con regard to ferment of freedom upon the Greek cities was simply an
extension of Greece . the policy of clipping Philip ' s wings which had in the first
instance drawn the Romans into Greek politics . But if from the Roman point of ...
His object in occupying Greece was probably nothing more than to embarrass
the Romans and to pick up a new counter for his diplomatic game . But it is not
surprising that the Antiochus ' Romans , mistaking Antiochus ' move for an
attempt to ...
Using a diplomatic offensive as his spear - point , Greece . he promptly won over
Athens , where his agent Aristion led a revolution against an unpopular oligarchy
and established himself as a despot . In the wake of Aristion , his admiral ...
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A History of Rome: Down to the Reign of Constantine
M. Cary,H. H. Scullard
Anteprima non disponibile - 1976