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οὐδὲ ταύτην—partial and unsatisfactory as it is.

οἱ μέν—the Corinthians. See c. 7, 2 n.

οἱ δὲ καί—the Boeotians and Chalcidians of Thrace. It is not uncommon to find καί thus inserted after οἰ δέ to emphasise the antithesis. καὶ αὐτοί=‘similarly.’

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