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ἐκείνων—applying to the enemy, as often. Both ἐκεῖνος and αὐτὸς here and again in l. 38 are used of the same people. This is very common.

ἐντύχοιεν—sc. οἱ Ἀθηναῖοι;

διέφευγον—sc. οί πολέμιοι.

ὑποκρίνοιντοanswer; only here in Thuc. It is Ionic; common in Herod.: Aristoph. Acharn. 401, and late authors.

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