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πανδημεί—equivalent to πανστρατιᾷ in this connexion, as II. 31, 1 clearly shows.

στρατόπεδον—north of the city, where the fleet was lying.

οὐκ ἔλασσον ἔχοντες describes a state of things, like κραποῦντες, ϝικῶντες.

ἐπηυλίσαντο—‘did not encamp on the field,’ which was necessary to maintain a disputed victory (Bloomfield). What they did and what they felt are here balanced by οὔτε . . οὔτε.

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