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Apparently those who inhabited Amphipolis, before Philip took it, were holding Athenian territory; but when he has taken it, it is no longer our territory, but his own, that he holds; and in the same way at Olynthus and Apollonia and Pallene he is in possession of his own property, not that of others.
When he had no longer need of ships of war, he put on board my vessel Eucinus of Pallenê, Pallene, a deme of the tribe Antiochis. as commander, and, enjoining upon him to give the sailors money every day, ordered me to sail for home. When, then, on our homeward voyage we were in Tenedos, and Lucinus, despite the orders given him by Timomachus, was furnishing no money for sustenance to the sailors （he said he had none, but should get some from Mytilenê）, and the men had nothing with which to buy provisions, and without food could not have continued rowing,