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Greek historian (around 203-120 B.C.) of the Mediterranean world, especially the rise to dominance of the Roman Republic. Polybius's histories are especially valuable for his treatment of the wars with Carthage; though he is not impartial, he was not himself a Roman and was writing to explain the Romans to his fellow Greeks.