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ἀναλαβόντες ταῦτα—taking these with them; the neut. is used as in c. 14.2. Θουρίαν—on the site of Sybaris. In 193 B.C. it became a Latin Colony—called Copia—after the great extension of the ager Romanus in Bruttium. Thurii was colonised by Athens in 443. Herodotus was among the colonists. εἴ τις ὑπελέλειπτο—best taken with ἁθροίσαντες. ἐν τούτῳ τύχης—the expulsion of the anti-Athenian party would make an offensive and defensive alliance possible.
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