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Eckstein, “Rome, the War with Perseus, and Third Party Mediation”, 441). 60 Even if this passage of Livy is among his most unhistorical, it may be used to assess certain aspects of Rome’s view of third party diplomacy. In particular, it is illuminating to compare it with the first recorded oﬀer of dispute resolution ever made to Rome by a Greek state. 61 The whole scenario, including the contemptuous Roman response, and the very language that Livy uses, resonates suspiciously with his account of the insolent Rhodians 58 Without entering into the debate on Roman international amicitia versus clientela, suﬃce it to say that Rome would certainly have expected significant gratitude for her beneficia to her Greek friends, a gratitude that would have placed those friends in an unequal relationship with Rome.
The latter not only emphasizes the arrogance of the Rhodians (superbia illa Rodiensium famosissima), he also testifies to an apparently Polyb. 62; Plut. Mor. 197e–f. Aul. Gell. 3, 50; G. Calboli, M. Porci Catonis Oratio pro Rhodiensibus (Bologna, 1978), 259 no. 7.
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