The first expedition of Eumenes against Nabis took place in 195 B.C. (see Liv_34.29 ). The second expedition, which is not mentioned elsewhere, must have taken place in 192 B.C., the year that Nabis died.
[A] The soldiers who sailed with king Eumenes on his second expedition to Greece, dedicated to Athena Nikephoros these first-fruits of the spoils from the war against Nabis and Antiochos, when they fought on behalf of the Greeks.
[B] The council and people [repaired] and restored this offering [to Athena].
[C] King [Eumenes] dedicated this to Zeus and [Athena Nikephoros] from the spoils of [his second expedition], when he fought with the Romans [and Achaeans against] Nabis of [Lakonia].
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