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προτάξαντες σφῶν αὐτῶν is generally rendered ‘having appointed as their advocates,’ but, in view of VI. 100 τριακοσίους σφῶν αύτῶν . . προύταξαν (cf. c. 112 below), Hude is probably right in taking the gen. as partitive.

Αἰειμνήστου—a eelebrated man, who had commanded the Plataeans at Marathon and Plataea.

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