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Ἓξ—sc. οὔσας. ἄνδρας τετε adds the third fact connected with the pursuit.

διαφθείραντες τὸ πρῶτον—c. 90, 5. The whole Peloponnesian fleet, not only the 20 ships on the right wing, fled to Panormus, as the main body of 57 ships had gone to aid the others, and so abandoned their prizes.

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