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Γύλιππος—he had remained on shore, where Demosthenes kept a look-out on him.

ἔξω τῶν σταυρωμάτων—i.e. to the south-west of their palisade; “they were chased to the muddy shore and the shallow waters between it and the promontory of Daskôn.” Freeman .

τῆς γῆς φιλίας οὔσης—i.e. that part of the land which lay south-west of the A. lines, and so the very part on to which the A. ships were being carried.

τὴν χηλὴν—a mole running along the coast between the shore and the marsh Lysimeleia.

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