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[3] These take the cadets in a body, and after first making a circuit of the temples then go to Peiraeus, and some of them garrison Munichia,1 others the Point.2 And the people also elects two athletic trainers and instructors for them, to teach them their drill as heavy-armed soldiers, and the use of the bow, the javelin and the sling. It also grants the disciplinary officers one drachma a head for rations, and the cadets four obols a head; and each disciplinary officer takes the pay of those of his own tribe and buys provisions for all in common (for they mess together by tribes), and looks after everything else.

1 See Aristot. Ath. Pol. 19.2 n.

2 The southern promontory of Peiraeus.

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