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τῶν: the MS. τὸν is a form of mistake that is frequent in similar passages in MSS. of Xenophon.

μέν after προκαλεσάμενος involves an anacoluthon, like that of Il. VI. 509 δ᾽ ἀγλαίηφι πεποιθὼς | ῥίμφα γοῦνα φέρει; but it is not usual in Homer. Here we have a sing. nom. followed by two contrasted subjects. For the opposite form, a plur. nom. followed by only one subject, cf. Il. III. 211 ἄμφω δ᾽ ἑζομένω γεραρώτερος ἦεν Ὀδυσσεύς.

προσδεχομένων—the subst. to be supplied, as in I. 3 ἐπαγομένων αὐτούς, II. 52 ἐναποθνῃσκόντων (sc. ἀνθρώπων). Cf. c. 55, 1.

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