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Roman diplomacy (Based on information from LIVY)
The Roman's used an efficient form of diplomacy in the 2nd Macedonian war. Diplomacy continued to be their policy between the Macedonian war and the 1st Syrian war. They were able to gain the loyalty of various vulnerable Greek city-states to take on the current challenger of power. The Consul's or diplomats were able to lure the city-states into believing that they were the ones that choose to take action. Leaving the illusion of Rome as the heroic big brother that is providing the support for the liberation of Greeks and receiving nothing in return except friendship.
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- Roman diplomacy (Based on information from LIVY)
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