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1 See chap. 54.5.
2 Jason was made Tagus of the Thessalians, Xen. Hell. 6.1.18. Beloch, Griechische Geschichte （2）, 3.2.237, prefers Diodorus' date 371 to Xenophon's 375/4. For Jason's ambitions see Cary, Cambridge Ancient History, 6.83. Jason's death (chap. 5) caused the sudden collapse of unification in Thessaly and opened the door to Theban aggressions.
3 See Book 14.89, 92.3; chap. 19.2 and Beloch, Griechische Geschichte （2）, 3.2.56-58.
4 See chap. 67.4. The beginning of his reign is placed in the archonship of Phrasicleides 371/0 in the Marm. Par. 72.
5 This should be sixty years ten months. See Beloch, Griechische Geschichte （2）, 4.2.157.
7 Duris carried his history at least to the death of Lysimachus (FHG, 2.468 and fr. 33).
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