Perseus was set up very hostile to Rome. In this direction, we acted on it, and general political and personal moments. However, the first time he did not break the traditional "bad peace", but under his cloak trying to enlist the largest possible number of friends and allies. Perseus was on excellent terms with the king of Bithynia Prusias II and with the Syrian ruler Seleucus IV (the daughter of the latter, he was married). The Rhodians were his friends, Bastarnians - allies, and among princes illi Syrian influence Macedonia was stronger than the influence of Rome.
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