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βεβοηθηκότες γὰρ . . ἦσαν—viz. the relief force; see c. 96, 3. The delay at Teichium had given them the opportunity.

ὁπότε—this, and not ὄτε, is prob. correct, as elsewhere Thuc. uses ὄτε only with indic.—The country through which the Athenians retreated on Oeneon was exceedingly wild and difficult.

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