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Τε—‘and so.’ ἐποίησε—contrast with ἐποιήσαντο in 4 above. Σάδοκον—this presentation of the freedom of Athens amused and disgusted many. See Aristoph. Acharn. 141. Ἀθηναῖον—Muller-Strubing places καὶ Σάδοκον . .Ἀθηναῖον after ξύμμαχον ἐποιήσαντο above, on the ground that Thuc. could not say that an Abderite made a man a citizen: but it is plain that Thuc. refers to formalities earried out by the Proxenus when a member of his state was made a citizen of the state of which he was Proxenus. (So μυεῖν, ‘to initiate’ into the mysteries, a privilege belonging to the Eumolpidae, and Ceryees is used inexaetly of the man who introduces a candidate for initiation. Cf. [Dem.] 59, 21, Andoc. 1, 132.
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