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Οἰνιάδας—c. 82. As Oeniadae had helped Cnemus effectually, it would have been advantageous to puuish it and prevent it from doing more harm to Athens. ἄνωθεν μὲν— sc. ῥἐων, ‘flowing past Stratus high up the stream.’ ἐξιεὶς —of water discharging itself into the sea, only in Thuc. and Herod. The meaning reappears in Polybius. περιλιμνάζων —this applies to the winter only.
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