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Ἀνεπείθοντο—both the compound and the tense denote the difficulty of convincing them. Cf. c. 65, 1. Even now they did not feel quite certain, and were liable to change their minds again. (It was δόξα resulting from πειθώ, not ἐπιστήμη resulting from μάθησις.) τὴν ἄλλην—perhaps the exclusive άλλος, but κατασκευή, stock, may here include children and wives. See c. 5, 4. κατ᾽ οἶκον—see on c. 60, 4. ξύλωσιν—materia; several verbal nouns in -ις are peculiar to Thuc. Cf. ὀλόφυρσις c. 51. Pollux and the Schol. regard this one as coined by Thuc. καθαιροῦντες—this and ἐσεκομίζοντο both govern ξύλωσιν. ἐπικειμένας—‘off the coast.’
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