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Ἀριστεὺς Ἀδειμάντου, Herod. VII. 137. Herod. digresses to tell the story of this embassy, and mentions Aristeus, Aneristus, and Nicolaus.

Πρατόδαμος—see not. crit. Mss. often Atticise un-Attic names.

ἰδίᾳ—probably he represented the philo. Lacoman party at Argos; the city was neutral, c. 9, 2.

Σιτάλκην—c. 29. στρατεῦσαι ἐπὶ— ‘send an army to relieve.’

ἦν ... πολιορκοῦν—c. 12, 2. ἦν = versabatur, ‘was engaged.’

δι᾽ ἐκείνου—‘with his aid.’

Φαρνάκην—satrap of Dascylium, the N. satrapy of Asia Minor, Sardis being the S. satrapy.

ἀναπέμψειν—‘escort inland’; cf. ἀναβαίνειν.

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