φόβημα. Androtion (circ. 280 B.C.), in his “Ἀτθίς”, stated that the sacred olives (“μορίαι”) in Attica had been spared by the Peloponnesian invaders under Archidamus, who sacrificed to Athena. The Atthis of Philochorus, a contemporary of Androtion, made the same statement (schol. ad loc.).
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