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κατὰ τὸν Εὐρύηλον—the ‘Broad Nail’ extends in its widest sense from Mongibellisi, where stands the Dionysian Castle, to the Belvedere Hill, which forms the head of the nail and is the western extremity of the hill. The point meant here is the former, where the northern wall of Dionysus springs from his castle. The same path was used by Gylippus afterwards, and again by the A. general Demosthenes in the night attack on Epipolae. For

πεζός see Index.

ἐκ τοῦ λειμῶνος καὶ τῆς —with παραγενέσθαι.

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