venit, qui Macedonico bello medium egerat. Ne
aut hostis iudicatus videretur, si exclusus esset, aut liberatus
si admitteretur, in commune lex lata est ne cui regi Romam venire
cos. Alpinos Gallos, C. Sulpicius Gallus cos. Liguras subegit.
regis questi sunt de Eumene quod fines suos popularetur dixeruntque eum
conspirasse cum Antiocho adversus populum R. Societas
cum Rhodiis deprecantibus iuncta est.
conditum est. Censa
sunt civium capita CCCXXXVII milia XXII. Princeps
senatus M. Aemilius Lepidus.
rex, pulsus regno a minore fratre missis ad eum legatis restitutus est.
Ariarathe, Cappadociae rege, mortuo
filius eius Ariarathes regnum accepit et amicitiam cum populo R. per
Res praeterea adversus Liguras et
Corsos et Lusitanos vario eventu gestas et motus Syriae mortuo
qui filium Antiochum puerum admodum reliquerat, continet. Hunc
Antiochum puerum cum Lysia tutore Demetrius, Seleuci filius, qui Romae
obses fuerat, clam, quia non dimittebatur, a Roma [profugus] interemit
et ipse in regnum receptus.
L. Aemilius Paulus, qui Persen vicerat,
mortuus. Cuius tanta abstinentia
fuit ut cum ex Hispania et ex Macedonia immensas opes rettulisset, vix
ex auctione eius redactum sit, unde uxori eius dos solveretur.
Pomptinae paludes a Cornelio Cethego
cos., cui ea provincia evenerat, siccatae agerque ex his factus.
|From book 46
[II Soter of Asia], who had taken an ambiguous stance during the Macedonian
war, came to Rome. To
prevent him appearing to be considered an enemy, if he was not
to enter, or acquitted, if he was admitted, a general law was passed
no king could be permitted to enter Rome.
Claudius Marcellus subdued the Alpine Gauls, consul Gaius Sulpicius
Prusias complained that Eumenes ravaged their territory and said that
conspired with Antiochus [IV Epiphanes] against the Roman
their request, an alliance was concluded with the Rhodians.
BCE] The censors
performed the lustrum
citizens were registered. The
first man in the Senate
was Marcus Aemilius Lepidus.
When king Ptolemy
[VI Philometor] was expelled from his kingdom by his younger brother [Ptolemy
VIII Euergetes Physcon], envoys were sent to the
the former was restored.
[IV Eusebes], king of Cappadocia,
was dead, his son Ariarathes
[V Philopator] accepted the kingdom and renewed the friendship with the
Roman people through envoys.
It [book 46] also contains an account
of various battles with various outcomes against the Ligurians,
and Lusitanians, and an account of the turmoil in Syria
after the death of Antiochus [IV Epiphanes; 164],
who left behind a son named Antiochus
[V Eupator], a mere boy. 
with his tutor Lysias, this boy Antiochus was killed by Demetrius
[I Soter], the son of Seleucus
[IV Philopator], who had been a hostage at Rome, had secretly [fled]
Rome because he had not been released, and was accepted in this
Lucius Aemilius Paullus, who had
he had brought
back immense treasures from Hispania and Macedonia, his scrupulousness
had been so great that when an auction was conducted, the dowry of his
wife could hardly be repaid.
Pomptine marshes were drained by consul Cornelius Cethegus, to whom
task had been assigned, and converted into arable land.
multa dicta est, quod cum M. Aemilio Lepido, pontifice maximo,
contenderat sacrorumque quam magistratuum ius potentius fuit.
Lex de ambitu
conditum est. Censa
sunt civium capita CCCXXVIII milia CCCXVI. Princeps
senatus lectus Aemilius Lepidus.
fratres, qui dissidebant, foedus ictum, ut alter Aegypto, alter Cyrenis
rex, consilio Demetri, Syriae regis, et viribus pulsus regno a senatu
qui inter Masinissam et Carthaginienses de agro iudicarent.
adversus Dalmatas primum parum prospere, postea feliciter
quibus bello confligendi causa fuit quod Illyrios, socios populi R.,
eamdemque gentem Cornelius Nasica cos. domuit.
Q. Opimius cos. Transalpinos Liguras,
qui Massiliensium oppida, Antipolim et Nicaeam, vastabant, subegit.
Praeterea res in Hispania a compluribus
parum prospere gestas continet.
Consules anno quingentesimo nonagesimo
octavo ab urbe condita magistratum kal. ian. inire coeperunt. Mutandi
comitia causa fuit quod Hispani rebellabant.
Legati ad disceptandum inter Carthaginienses
et Masinissam missi nuntiaverunt vim navalis materiae se Carthagine
Aliquot praetores a provinciis avaritiae
nomine accusati damnati sunt.
|From book 47
Gnaeus Tremellius was fined, because he had illegally opposed pontifex
maximus Marcus Aemilius Lepidus. The claims of the religious
were stronger than that of the magistrates.
law against bribery was passed.
the lustrum ceremony.
328,316 citizens were registered. The
first man in the Senate was Marcus Aemilius Lepidus.
A treaty was
between the two Ptolemaean
brothers. One was to rule Egypt, the other Cyrene.
[V Philopator] of Cappadocia, who had been expelled from his kingdom on
the initiative and with troops of king Demetrius [I Soter] of Syria,
restored by the Senate.
sent by the Senate to settle a border dispute between Massinissa
and the Carthaginians.
Gaius Marcius [Figulus] fought against the Dalmatians, at first
later with more luck.The reason for
going to war was that they had attacked the Illyrians, allies of the
people;  consul
Cornelius Nasica subdued
Quintus Opimius subdued the Transalpine Ligurians, who had attacked two
towns of the Massiliots, Antipolis and Nicaea.
It [Book 47] also contains an account
of several unsuccessful campaigns in Hispania by various commanders.
In the five hundred and ninety-eighth
year after the founding of the city, the consuls began to enter upon
office on 1 January. The cause
of this change in the date of the elections was a rebellion in
Envoys sent to negotiate between
the Carthaginians and Massinissa said they had seen lots of timber in
Several praetors were charged with
peculiation and condemned.