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Ἀναξίλας—made himself tyrant of Rhegium 494 B.C., and quarrelled with Scythes of Zancle, though hitherto the two cities had been closely connected. Between 493 and 476 he drove out the Samians in turn. ξυμμείκτων ἀνθ—taken with οἰκίσας, which is constructed like πληρώσας (Clas.). Widmann compares Eur. Hec. 875 Λῆμνον ἀρσένων ἐξῴκισαν. Μεσσήνην—Freeman, Sicily II. Appendix IX. gives reasons for thinking that the change of name may have been later than the time of Anaxilas. τῆς ἑαυτοῦ—Rhegium was peopled soon after Zanele by Chaleidians and by settlers from Peloponnesian Messene. ἀντωνόμασε—Class. supports this word from Dio Cass. (I. 55), from whom also Bloomfield quotes ἀντωνομάσθη, with the note that the word is extremely rare.
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