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Ἐρήμῳ—i.e. deprived of its protection, Phormio being at Antirrhium. For the sense, not implying that there were no people in Naupactus, cf. c. 25, 1 ἀνθρώπων οὐκ ἐνόντων. κατὰ σπουδὴν—cf. c. 94, 2.

ἐμβιβάσας—imponere; the object omitted as constantly in naval and military phrases. For the double partic. see c. 4, 4.

Μεσσηνίων—from Naupactus.

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