Flamininus


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Flamininus

(ˌflæmɪˈnaɪnəs)
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(Biography) Titus Quinctius (ˈtaɪtəs ˈkwɪŋktɪəs). ?230–?174 bc, Roman general and statesman: defeated Macedonia (197) and proclaimed the independence of the Greek states (196)
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[*] Nabis, tyrant of Sparta, conquered by the Romans under Flamininus in 195 B.C.; killed 192 B.C.
Quinctius Flamininus publicly declared the Greek city-states to be "free," albeit under Roman "protection." It was a moment of brilliant diplomacy, because, Sviatoslav Dmitriev suggests, the Romans had no justifiable grounds for interfering in Greek affairs and so used the slogan of freedom to get a foothold in Greek politics.
"Nabis and Flamininus on the Argive Revolutions of 198 and 197 B.C.".
Comme les propos malveillants des Etoliens se repandaient de plus en plus et trouvaient parfois quelque credit, Flamininus fut oblige, au cours de cette seance, d'invoquer toutes sortes d'arguments [...] (57).
Mais si elle ne pouvait remettre en question la suprematie militaire de Rome en Orient, l' offensive diplomatique de Persee menaait bouleverser completement l' ordre que l' Senat, par l' intermediaire Flamininus, avait etabli en Grece avant d' evacuer le pays en 194 (60).
Quem o obrigava a acreditar que os corvos cairam das nuvens, pela comocao do ar, devido as aclamacoes da Grecia reunida, no momento em que Flamininus (11) lhe anuncia a liberdade?
(26.) Triumphs with war booty obtained from Greece are recorded in connection with the following victories: the sack of Thessaly and Euboia by Quinctius Flamininus in 198-194 B.C.
226, Titus Quinctius Flamininus is called "Flaminius"; and again on p.
Quinctius Flamininus" 125; Bingham, "Consular Provinciae" 200.