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ἐπεξέτασιν—‘a final muster’ of all the contingents.

ὁρμιεῖσθαί τε καὶ στρατ—See crit. note. The two tenses recur with μέλλω in c. 99, 2 ἔμελλον ἄξειν καὶ . . γίγνεσθαι: but there the infins. are separated, and γίγνομαι is in its nature inceptive, and can appropriately be combined with a fut. infin. In Demosth. 21, 55, quoted by Stahl, we have τε μέλλων νικᾶν καὶ πάντων ὕστατος ὁρμιεῖσθαι: but again the infins. are much more distinct than here. Hence, unless it be possible to draw a distinction between μέλλω with pres. and fut., it is best to read στρατοπεδεύσεσθαι.

τρία μέρη—internal accus., ‘into three parts.’

ἐν ταῖς καταγωγαῖς—‘whenever they landed.’


προαπαντᾶν—before the main body put into any port.

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