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Περὶ τοὺς χ. τ.—the only phrase in which the plur. of χῶρος oceurs in Thue. Cf. c. 101, 2; III. 102, 4.

Βρασίδας—Thuc. admired Brasidas and relates many of his adventures. They may be read again, adorned with rhetorieal effects, in Diodorus.

φρουρὰν ἔχων—‘with an expeditionary force,’ sent to protect the eoast of Messenia. Cf. φρουρὰν φαίνειν in Xen., ‘to send out a force.’

τετραμμένον—‘with their attention oceupied.’ Cf. c. 40, 2. So versus ad.

ἐπῃνέθη—by a decree passed in his honour, the usual sense of ἐπαινῶ in such eases.

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