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οἱ ἄλλοι—oligarchs, not confined to those who had refused to go on board the five ships.

τὸ Ἥραιον—see the map, with notes. The removal from the shrine of Castor and Pollux to the Heraeum is to be accounted for by (1) supposing that the latter was the principal shrine of the city, and (2) the necessity of getting 400 men into the τέμενος. (Bloomfield's view that the Heraeum was superior in sanctity is fanciful.)

γίγνονται—of the sum-total, as often.

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