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ἦν γὰρ . . ὑπάγουσιν—the reason stated in advance in parenthesis; cf. c. 107, 3.

ἐθελοπρόξενος—only mentioned here; it prob. means that P. had not been appointed by Athens; and hence he could be prosecuted for his Athenian sympathies.

προειστήκει—unofficial leader.

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