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Dio's Roman history 6, [Books LI-LV] by Cary, Earnest; Dio Cassius; Foster, Herbert Baldwin

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C feeling that they would fight better even in Syria he were with them and then, when he neither came himself nor sent them any message, they at last decided that he had perished and reluctantly made terms, on condition that they were never to fight as gladiators. And they received from Didius Daphne, the suburb of Antioch, to dwell in until the matter should be brouiiht to Caesar's attention. These men were later deceived by Messalla and sent to various places under the pretext that they were to be enlisted in the legions, and were then put out of the way in some convenient manner.

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Hv), 4 8\^ 22 he (^ , yap , haL, BOOK them many promises. c feeling that they would fight better even in Syria he were with them and then, when he neither came himself nor sent them any message, they at last decided that he had perished and reluctantly made terms, on condition that they were never to fight as gladiators. And they received from Didius Daphne, the suburb of Antioch, to dwell in until the matter should be brouiiht to Caesar's attention. These men were later deceived by Messalla and sent to various places under the pretext that they were to be enlisted in the legions, and were then put out of the way in some convenient manner.

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