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Ὑπὸ ξ. . πιεζόμενοι—c. 47, 4.

ἡλληνίσθησαν— ‘adopted the Greek language, which they now speak.’

τὴν νῦν γ.—cognate accus.

ἀπὸ τῶν . ξυνοικησάντων—‘as the result of this joint settlement.’ Cf. c. 49, 4 and 2, 1. Ambracia was a colony of Corinth.

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