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P) also has λο κζ at xxvii. 12. On the likely assumption (see above, p. 7) that book xxii contained Ol. 148, it thus appears that olympiads 149, 150, and 151 were covered in books xxiii, xxiv, xxv, and xxvi. The Constantinian excerpts (and Suidas, which derived from them) contain no fragments from Ol. 151; and this is most easily explained if Ol. 151 was covered in a single book which was lost early. There is however one difficulty. Athenaeus (x. 439) attributes to book xxvi a passage on Antiochus Epiphanes which links closely with Athen.
1– 10. 15 in de legat. gent. If, as seems likely (above, pp. 18–19), the latter passage is part of res Graeciae of Ol. 149, 4 = 181/0, its position in the excerpts would allow 2. 1–15 to form part of res Asiae of Ol. 149, 4 = 181/0, or Ol. 150, 1 = 180/79, or Ol. 150, 2 = 179/8, since the next passage in de legat. gent. (4. 1–10) is firmly placed in Ol. 150, 3 = 178/7 (see below, pp. 21–2). It seems likely that the general peace mentioned in 2. 1–15 was followed at no great interval by the treaty between Pharnaces and Chersonese recorded in IPE i2.
152, 4 = 169/8. 12. BOOK XXX xxxiii. 1. 1, from the excerpts de legat. , is attributed to that book in the margin of the manuscripts, and in xxxiii. 1. 5 A. Postumius Albinus is praetor; since his praetorship fell in the consulship of P. Cornelius Scipio Nasica and M. Claudius Marcellus (Cic. Acad. ii. 137), book xxxiii evidently contained Ol. C. 599 = 155). It has already been established (above, p. 22) that book xxix contained Ol. 152, 4 = 169/8. Consequently, since P. nowhere in the main part of his Histories covers more than one olympiad in a single book, it seems likely that book xxx contained Ol.