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ταξίαρχοι—not usually present at the council. 6 ἐκπλευσόμενοι—i.e. before the eclipse. ἔμελλον—here introduces Oratio Obliqua. τὰ ἄνω—Epipolae was to be abandoned There is nothing to show that they had quitted it before this, as Arnold thought. διατειχίσματι—by fencing round a space at the end of the double wall. 14 τοῦ ἄλλου—those who were not needed to guard the narrow space. ἀντιλήψεσθαι—gain; the word implies secure possession. So with ἀντίληψις, seizure, grip, objection.
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