Lex Antonia de Termessibus

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The Lex Antonia de Termessibus was a Roman law passed in 71 or 68 BC,[1] at the initiative of the tribune Gaius Antonius.

The purpose of the law was to form an alliance between the city of Termessus and Rome.

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  1. ^ Oxford Classical Dictionary, 2nd ed. 1970. p. 601