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The text of this treaty survived in the early days of Cicero (Pro Balbo, §53). An
extract from it is quoted by Dionysius (vi. 95). The terms of this document were
manifestly appropriate to the circumstances of the early fifth century, and there is
The first treaty is assigned by Livy (vii. 17. 2) and Diodorus (xvi. 69. 1) to 348, but
Polybius (iii. 22. 1) dates it back to the first year of the Republic. The terms of both
the treaties are in general accord with the known conditions in Latium about ...
115 ff. t7 The Romans and Carthaginians renewed their treaty in 279, with an
additional clause providing for mutual military aid (Polybius iii. 25). It is not
unlikely that the Carthaginians actually paid a subsidy to the Romans, and that
the first ...
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