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κατὰ . . . κρημνῶν—ῥίπτειν ἀπὸ is found only in late Greek 52 πάλιν καταβάσεως—cf. c. 62 τὴν πάλιν ἀνάκρουσιν. τὸ ὁμαλὸν— “the flat ground between the hill and the bay of Trôgilos. The men of the first armament, who had learned the he of the land on both sides of the hill, knew the roads, and contrived to make their way round to the A. quarters.” Freeman . They had ascended Epipolae in 414. διεφύγγανον—The form φυγγάνω is occasionally found even in the Orators.
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