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ἐν ἄλλαις—here ἐν contains the meaning on account of, ‘thanks to,’ which it often suggests, just as in Eng. ‘we could not find our way in the dark.’ Cf. on c. 8.2.

μαθόντας—cf. τί μαθών, παθών.

ἐν —describes the circumstances, as very often in Thuc. in quo sumus statu. Cf. on c. 29.4.

βουλεύσασθαιto come to a decision—again ingressive.

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