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ἐς Δελφούς—a natural place to choose for an army that was to march to Naupactus.

Ἀμφισσῆς—extreme E. of Loeri, near to Phocis. As for the Phocians see n. on c. 95, 1. Locri and Phocis were on opposite sides.

οὖν—‘to be sure,’ or ‘indeed,’ as in γὰρ οὖν. It has nothing to do with μέν here.

Μυονέας—i.e. Myonia lay on the natural route through Locri. The names of the places that follow need not be considered.

δυσεσβολώτατος—for the fem. form cf. c. 89, 5.

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