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Ἐν τῇ κεφαλῇ π. ἱδρυθὲν—Kr. thinks this an adscript, and is followed by F. Muller. τῶν γε—effects seen in the convalescents ‘a seizure of the extremities remained as a mark (of the disease)’. ἀντίληψις—for ἐπίσκηψις. Elsewhere ἀ. = an objection to an argument, as Plat. Phaedo p. 87 A. [ αὐτοῦ]—if the conjecture αὐτὸ = τὸ περιγενέσθαι, it clearly involves a contradiction, since Thuc. is giving the signs of the disease before the recovery, but it might stand in the sense of τὸ κακόν. ἐπεσήμαινε—absolute, cf. c. 8, 3, 43, 3. Cf. Eur. Hec. 1215.
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