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Ἀλεξάνδρου—had sided with the Greeks in the Persian war. ἐπὶ Χαλκιδέας—cf. c. 79. Athens suffered more annoyance from the north than from any other quarter outside the Peloponnese. Probably the generals who granted terms to Potidaea (c. 70) were brought to trial at the instigation of Cleon. Now at last the government hoped to pacify the Chalcidian towns, which had revolted with Potidaea, by means of Sitalces. δύο ὑποσχέσεις τὴν μὲν ... τὴν δὲ—the object subdivided. Somewhat similar is c. 44, 1.
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